Candidates for President
The proposal for the Candidate for the presidential office6) must include name, second name and academic title of the Candidate, age and personal number of the Candidate, occupation of the Candidate, the address of permanent residence of the Candidate, declaration of the Candidate that he/she gave consent to the candidature and meets conditions necessary for being elected the President7).
(2) The Chairman of the National Council shall examine the proposal for the Candidate for the presidential office6) within 7 days after its delivery, whether the proposal contains the data subject to the law; in the case of a petition he shall examine whether it meets the requirements subject to the special law8) and whether it is clear in each of the petition sheets that it is a petition for the respective Candidate. Provided the proposal meets the requirements stipulated by law, the Chairman of the National Council shall accept the proposal; otherwise he shall reject it. Within 24 hours the Chairman of the National Council shall deliver the announcement of accepting or rejecting of the proposal to the Candidates for the President to the address the Candidate stated, or to the address of the permanent residence of the Candidate.
(3) The Chairman of the National Council of the Slovak Republic shall announce the proposals for the Candidates for the President, their name, second name and academic title of the Candidates, their age, occupation and permanent address to the Ministry of Interior of the Slovak Republic next day after he accepted the proposal.
(4) The Candidate whose proposal for the Candidate for the President was rejected can file a motion with the Supreme Court of the Slovak Republic to decide on accepting his/her proposal for the Candidate for the President. The motion can be filed within three days after delivery of the decision of the Chairman of the National Council of the Slovak Republic on rejecting the proposal for the Candidate for the President.
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