Requirements for Nominating MP Candidates under Majoritarian System
1. The decision of the permanently functioning bodies of a party or parties-members of an alliance, or decisions endorsed by the permanently functioning bodies of partiesmembers of an alliance, or self-nomination application about nominating an MP candidate under majoritarian system shall contain the number of the electoral district and the following information about the nominee:
1) last name, first name and patronymic;
2) the year, month and day of birth;
3) place of residence;
4) place of work and position (occupation);
5) party affiliation;
7) passport number.
2. Together with the decision of the permanently functioning bodies of a party or partiesmembers of an alliance on nominating an MP candidate under majoritarian system, the nominated candidate’s written statement about his or her consent to being registered as an MP candidate in that particular electoral district shall be submitted to the Territorial Electoral Commission.
3. Should the citizen nominated as MP candidate request withdrawal of his/her nomination prior to his/her registration as an MP candidate under majoritarian system, the electoral deposit shall be returned to such citizen; if such deposit is made from the pre-election fund, it shall be transferred to the pre-election fund.
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