Immediately upon the receipt of the electoral list, the competent election commission shall determine whether it has been submitted in the prescribed term, and whether it has been composed in conformity with the provisions of this Law.
If the competent election commission finds that the electoral list has not been submitted in time, it will render a decision on rejecting the electoral list.
If the competent election commission finds that the electoral list has certain defaults, it shall render, within 48 (forty eight) hours of the receipt of the electoral list, a decision ordering the submitter of the electoral list to eliminate them within 48 (twenty four) hours of the delivery of the decision. The decision shall suggest the measures that are to be taken in order to eliminate those faults.
If the competent election commission finds that the faults in the electoral list have either not been eliminated at all, or have not been eliminated within the prescribed period, it shall render a decision, within the next 24 (twenty four) hours, on refusing to proclaim such an electoral list.
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