Central Election Commission
(1) Each political party and political movement represented in the National Council of the Slovak Republic and the petition committee whose proposal has been passed (Article 11.2) shall no later than 35 days before the election day announce the name and second name and the permanent address of one CEC member and one substitute to the Prime Minister of the Slovak Republic.
(2) The first meeting of the Central Election Commission shall take place no later than 30 days before the election day; the meeting shall be called by the Prime Minister of the Slovak Republic.
(3) The Central Election Commission shall oversee the state of readiness of the lower commissions to perform their duties pursuant to this law, decide on complaints of the work of District Election Commissions, discuss the information of the Ministry of Interior of the Slovak Republic on organizational and technical preparation of the election and recommend proposals for taking measures, discuss the information of the Statistical Office of the Slovak Republic on the preparation of the processing of the election results, find out the election results, prepare the minutes on the result of the election and announce its result, give permission for other persons to be present at the count in the Precinct Election Commission and District Election Commission.
(4) The Ministry of Interior of the Slovak Republic shall create the expert and administrative unit to assist the Central Election Commission.
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