Annulment of Registration of an MP Candidate under Majoritarian System
1. Registration of an MP candidate under majoritarian system shall be annulled, if:
1) the candidate has lost his/her electoral rights;
2) a letter of self-withdrawal has been submitted;
3) in case of his/her death;
4) he/she violated the requirement of Paragraph 8 of Article 18 of this Code;
5) he/she violated the requirement of Paragraph 7 of Article 25 of this Code.
2. If registration of an MP candidate under majoritarian system is annulled, his/her electoral deposit (except in the case of his/her death) and the money remaining in his/her preelection fund shall be transferred to the state budget. If the registration is annulled because of the candidate’s death, the electoral deposit shall be returned to the candidate’s heirs.
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