Determination and Establishment of Election Results for Deputies to Local Keneshes
1. The district election commissions at their meetings shall determine the results of elections on the basis of protocols of the precinct election commissions on election of deputies to rayon, city of oblast level, city of rayon level, town and village keneshes and submit them to the respective oblast, Bishkek, Osh city election commission without delay.
The district election commissions at their meetings shall determine the results of their respective district elections on the basis of protocols of the precinct election commissions on election of deputies to oblast, Bishkek, Osh city keneshes and submit them to the oblast, Bishkek, city election commission without delay.
On the basis of the protocols filed by the district election commissions, oblast and Bishkek and Osh city election commission shall establish the results of elections in the district and in the whole oblast and Bishkek and Osh cities.
2. The candidates (in accordance with the number of seats) who won the largest number of votes cast in the election in the corresponding electoral district shall be deemed elected.
If the candidates have gained equal number of votes, then the candidate, who registered earlier than the others shall be elected. In case if the candidates were registered on the same day, then the issue is resolved by the casting of lots.
3. The results of the elections of deputies to local keneshes shall be officially published by oblast and Bishkek, city election commissions in mass media within ten day from the election day.
4. Within three calendar days after the official publication of the election results the district election commission shall register the elected deputies and issue them certificates of their election according to the design established by the Central Election Commission.
(In the edition of the Law of the Kyrgyz Republic issued on January 24th 2004 year No.7)
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