(1) The Central Electoral Bureau shall check if the conditions are met both in content and form as provided by this law for candidacies, shall register the candidacies which meet these conditions, and shall reject the registration of those which do not meet the legal conditions.
(2) The registration and rejection of the registration of candidacies by the Central Electoral Bureau shall be made by decision within 48 hours at most of the registration thereof.
(3) The Central Electoral Bureau shall draw up written reports where one can see the date and time of posting the decisions of the registration or, as the case may be, of rejection of the registration of candidacies.
(4) The candidates may renounce candidacies until these become final. For this purpose they shall state in writing on their own account that they give up the candidacy. The statement shall be submitted to the Central Electoral Bureau.