Familiarisation with the Lists of Citizens Who Have the Right to Take Part in Elections, Referendum or Voting for Recall of a Deputy. Right of Appeal against Irregularities in the List
Lists of citizens who have the right to take part in elections, referendum or voting for recall of a deputy shall be provided for familiarisation by everyone fifteen days before the elections, referendum or voting for recall of a deputy whereas at polling stations formed in sanatoria, preventoria, rest homes, hospitals and other stationary medical treatment and prevention institutions – two days before the elections, referendum or voting for recall of a deputy.
Citizens who have the right to take part in elections, referendum or voting for recall of a deputy but who settled in the territory of the polling station after the submission of the list for familiarisation by everyone as well as citizens who were not included into the list for any reason shall be included additionally by the precinct commission into the list on the ground of the documents certifying the identity and the residence in the territory of the given polling station.
Citizens shall be given opportunity to familiarise themselves with the list and check the correctness of its compilation in the room of the precinct commission.
Each citizen shall be given the right to appeal against non-inclusion, incorrect inclusion into the list or exclusion from the list as well as against irregularities in the list in specifying data on the citizen. The application on irregularities in the list shall be considered by the precinct commission which shall be obliged, not later than within a two-day period or, on the day of elections, referendum or voting for recall of a deputy, immediately, consider the application, make the required corrections in the list or submit to the applicant a motivated copy of decision on rejection of his application. The decision of the precinct commission may be appealed against in a superior commission which shall be obliged to consider the appeal not later than within a three-day period and on the day of vote – immediately. The decision of the precinct commission may also be appealed against not later than five days before the elections, referendum or voting for recall of a deputy in the regional (district) or town court of law that shall be obliged to consider the appeal within a three-day period. The decision of the regional (district) or town court of law shall be final. Correction in the list in conformity with the decision of the superior commission or the court shall be made immediately by the precinct commission.
Lists of citizens who have the right to take part in elections shall be particularised by the precinct commission on the eve of each round of voting.
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