List of Candidates
(1) Lists of candidates running for a seat in the Chamber of Delegates may be proposed by coalitions, or by Political Parties provided their party activities have not been suspended. 9)
9) Act No. 424/1991 Sb., on Affiliating with Political Parties and Associating with Political Movements, as worded by later legislation (full reading - No. 118/1994 Sb.)
No later than sixty days prior to the day of the elections, two identical copies of the list of candidates shall be submitted for registration by a party/coalition authorized agent to a secretary of the regional election board in the electoral region to be represented by the Party or coalition in the Chamber of Delegates.
(2) A list of candidates shall include:
the title of the Political Party or coalition;
names and surnames of the candidates, their birth registration number, date of birth, occupation, and place of permanent residence;
the candidate's ballot position, indicated on the list of candidates in Arabic numerals.
(3) In addition to the data specified by the foregoing Paragraph 2 of this Article, the list of candidates shall include an indication by the Political Party or coalition, of the political affiliation of each candidate or, if applicable, of the fact that a candidate has not been a member of any political party and stands on the party list as a non- affiliated candidate. When the sixtieth day prior to the day of the elections has elapsed, no further candidates shall be added to the lists of candidates nor shall the position of the candidates on any such list be altered.
(4) In Appendix to its list of candidates, the Political Party or coalition shall name its agent, a person authorized to act on behalf of the Political Party or coalition, and two other persons who may become the agent's stand-ins. The name, surname, and full address of the agent and the two stand-ins shall be given. No candidate shall have the right to act as a party/coalition agent or the agent's stand-in. Actions of the agent on behalf of the Political Party or coalition in matters related to the elections shall be binding on such Political Party or coalition. The regional election board shall be notified by the Political Party or coalition should a stand-in replace the agent in the office.
(5) Should the secretary of the regional election board find out that a list of candidates or its Appendices fails to meet the requirements specified by the provisions of this Article in the foregoing Paragraphs 2, 3, and 4, and Paragraph 7 below, he/she shall notify the agent of the Political Party or coalition who submitted the list of candidates/Appendices in question. The agent shall have the right to remove such deficiencies prior to the final date defined in Paragraph 1 of this Article. The agent of the Political Party or coalition shall receive acknowledgement by the secretary, confirming that the list of candidates has been filed.
(6) The greatest number of candidates that a Political Party or coalition shall be allowed to nominate in the party-compiled list of candidates contesting constituency seats in each single electoral region shall be defined by Annex 2 which shall be integral part of this Act.
(7) Enclosed with the list of candidates must be a statement, signed in ink by a candidate therein listed, declaring that the said candidate has approved of his/her nomination, and that approval to be listed on any other list of candidates has not been given by the undersigned candidate, and that no fact disqualifying the undersigned candidate from eligibility to be elected is known to him/her.
(8) Should a Political Party run for seats in the Chamber of Delegates as part of a joint coalition, it may not run for election as a separate, individual entity. A coalition shall have the right to compete for the constituency seats in each electoral region provided the structure of the coalition remains unchanged.