Organisation : Central Election Commission
Facility : Omissions and Errors in Electoral Roll
Country : Bulgaria
Election Code : https://www.electionin.org/uploads/2979-CODE.pdf
Website : https://www.cik.bg/en/laws
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CIk BG Omissions & Errors in Electoral Roll
** Each voter may request elimination of any omissions and errors in the electoral roll, made in respect of the said voter, by an application in writing to the municipality mayor, borough mayor, mayoralty mayor or the lieutenant mayor.
Related : Central Election Commission Bulgaria Electoral Rolls : www.electionin.org/2969.html
** A national of another Member State of the European Union, who has been entered on an electoral roll, may be removed on the basis of an application in writing submitted to the municipality mayor, borough mayor, mayoralty mayor or the lieutenant mayor.
** The applications shall be received by the competent administration not later than seven days in advance of polling day.
** The mayor or the lieutenant mayor shall examine any such application within two days and shall pronounce thereon by a reasoned decision, which shall forthwith be made public in a public place.
** The decision referred to in Paragraph (3) shall be appealable before the competent administrative court within two days after being made public.
** The court shall examine the appeal and shall pronounce by a judgment within two days after the receipt of the said appeal, sitting in public session with the appellant and the mayor being summoned.
** The judgment of the court shall forthwith be made public and shall be unappealable.
Corrections and Removal
(1) Any corrections in the electoral rolls shall forthwith be made public and shall furthermore be incorporated into the rolls published on the Internet site of the relevant municipality.
(2) Any removal from the electoral rolls shall be effected in an automated manner prior to the printing out of the said rolls and, after the printing out thereof, any such removal shall be effected by crossing the name with a horizontal line which leaves the removed name legible.
Appeal of Refusal
(1) Any refusal of an entry on the electoral roll shall forthwith be communicated to the applicant and shall be appealable before the competent administrative court within two days after the communication.
The court shall examine the appeal sitting in public session within two days after the arrival of the said appeal, with the appellant and the authorities herein being summoned, and shall render judgment, which shall forthwith be made public and shall be unappealable.
(2) Any refusal of the section election commission to effect an additional entry of a voter on polling day shall be in writing, shall be served upon the person concerned and may be disputed before the constituency election commission or, respectively, the municipal election commission, which shall forthwith pronounce on the complaint.