Allotment of space for electoral campaign
1. For the purposes of the preceding section, local councils shall, within seven days from the calling of the election, notify to the corresponding Judiciary District Electoral Commission the locations available for free posting of notices and, as the case may be, of banners and banderoles.
2. Said Judiciary District Electoral Commission shall, in allotting such locations, have regard to the total number of votes polled by each party, federation or coalition in the previous equivalent election in the same constituency, and to the preferences expressed by parties, federations or coalitions with the highest number of votes in the last election of the same type in the constituency.
For European Parliament elections the allotment shall take into account the total number of votes polled by each party, federation or coalition in the previous equivalent election within the territorial jurisdiction of the corresponding District Electoral Commission, and the preferences expressed by the parties, federations or coalitions with the highest number of votes in the last similar election in said area.
3. On the second day after the official proclamation of candidates, the Commission shall notify to the representatives of each list of candidates the places allotted to it for public notices.
1. AND 2. AS AMENDED BY SECT. 4.3. OF INSTITUTIONAL ACT 13/1994, OF MARCH 30