(1) Each district election board shall prepare two identical copies of the report of the vote count received in its district electoral area. The report shall be signed by each and every member of the district election board. Should any of the district election board members deny such signature, reasons for such denial shall be given.
(2) The report of the vote count received in the district electoral area drafted by each district election board shall include:
the number of electoral wards in the district electoral area in question, and the number of ward election boards that have delivered the vote count;
the total electorate in the district electoral area - the number of persons registered in relevant extracts from Permanent Electoral Rolls and relevant extracts from Registers of Persons Unable to Vote Locally within the district in question;
the number of voters to whom Formal Envelopes were handed over;
the number of Formal Envelopes that have been turned in;
the number, according to each Political Party and coalition, of valid votes cast in favour of a party/coalition list of candidates, and the aggregate of valid votes cast regardless of the political choice;
the number, according to each Political Party and coalition, of voters choosing the same Political Party or coalition who have used the right to express their candidate preferences;
the total number, according to each Political Party and coalition, of valid preferential votes cast for each party/coalition candidate;
a brief account of the subject matter of notifications and complaints submitted to the district election board, and decisions rendered by the district election board accompanied by a brief substantiation thereof.
(3) After both of the two identical copies of the report of the vote count received in the district electoral area have been signed, the chairman of the district election board shall forward one copy of the report to its regional election board without delay, and shall wait for the regional election board to direct him/her to discontinue the board operations. The remaining election-related documents shall be sent by the chairman to the relevant district State administration office for safe-keeping. In the capital of the Czech Republic, Prague, such election-related documents shall be deposited for safe-keeping with municipal district authorities or with neighbourhood authorities, and in the cities of Brno, Ostrava, and Plzeå with municipal authorities of each city.
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