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Draught legislation on municipal elections to allow MPs to participate in the campaign Note – The Progressive Party and the measure (Act) for the election of local administrators or councillors (No. T.T. (Kor Kor.) The ability of “political officials, senators, senators, members of local councils, and local administration to help campaign for votes in the […]

Draught legislation on municipal elections to allow MPs to participate in the campaign

Note – The Progressive Party and the measure (Act) for the election of local administrators or councillors (No. T.T. (Kor Kor.) The ability of “political officials, senators, senators, members of local councils, and local administration to help campaign for votes in the elections” needs to be fixed. The full Act, together with establishing a committee (KC. ), must be taken into consideration before being forwarded to the council for discussion in agenda items 2 and 3.

Draft Act No. B.E. for the Election of Local Council Members or Local Administrators.. (Democrat Party Edition)

The Election of Members of Local Councils or Local Administrators Act (No.), B.E.

Section 2: This Act will be in effect from the day after it is published in the Government Gazette.

Section 3. The following shall replace and supersede the provisions of Section 34 of the Election of Members of Local Assembly or Local Administrators Act, B.E. 2562 (2019):

Section 34 gives the Election Commission, Election Commissioner, provincial election director, or Election Commission of the local government organisation designated by the Election Commission the authority to order the termination of any political official who appears to be a Member of the House of Representatives, Senator, local council member, or local administrator acting improperly in the course of their duties and powers that is intimidating any applicant.

The rules of paragraph one shall be applicable with the same modifications if it appears that any other government personnel have been improperly given the authority to harass any applicant or to take any other action that is you or the fault of any applicant.

When an act described in paragraphs one and two occurs, the Election Commissioner has the authority to order its suspension and to inform the Election Commission of the situation.

Draft Act No. B.E. for the Election of Local Council Members or Local Administrators.. (Phuea Thai Party Edition)

Whereas it is necessary to change the legislation governing the election of municipal officials like council members or mayors

The Election of Members of Local Councils or Local Administrators Act (No.), B.E.

Section 2: This Act will be in effect from the day after it is published in the Government Gazette.

Section 3. The following shall replace and supersede the provisions of Section 34 of the Election of Members of Local Assembly or Local Administrators Act, B.E. 2562 (2019):

partisan organisations Representatives, senators, local council members, and local administrators are all permitted to lend a hand or support candidates throughout their campaigns. but must not act improperly with the responsibilities and authority that would harass any application.

The Election Commission or Election Commissioner, the Provincial Election Director, or the Election Commission of the local government organisation designated by the Election Commission have the authority to order the termination or cessation of such act and report it to the Election Commission in cases where it appears that an act prohibited under paragraph one is occurring.

Draft Act No. BE on Election of Local Council Members or Local Administrators

Whereas it is necessary to change the legislation governing the election of municipal officials like council members or mayors

The Election of Members of Local Councils or Local Administrators Act (No.), B.E.

Section 2: This Act will be in effect from the day after it is published in the Government Gazette.

Section 3. The following shall replace and supersede the provisions of Section 34 of the Election of Members of Local Assembly or Local Administrators Act, B.E. 2562 (2019):

Chapter 34 Election campaigns for candidates for local council members or local administrators may be supported by political parties, members of the House of Representatives, senators, local council members, or local administrators. If it appears that any action taken in violation of the duties and powers of the Election Commission, election committee, provincial election director, or Election Commission of the local administrative organisation designated by the Election Commission is harassing any applicant, those entities have the authority to terminate or suspend that behaviour.

The Election Commission has the authority to stop or suspend any action taken by government officials if it appears that they acted improperly while performing their official duties or acting in favour of or punishing any applicant to the Election Commission, Election Committee, Provincial Election Director, or Election Committee of a Local Government Organization.

The Election Commission has the authority to order the suspension of any act that falls under paragraphs one or two and to report it to the Election Commission.

Notes for a summary analysis

Justification and necessity for the proposed legislation Provisions in the law governing the election of members of local councils or local administrators, namely the ban on political officials, cause issues and are unclear in practise. Taking any action that benefits or punishes a candidate for a local assembly or local administrators, such as aiding in election campaigns, etc., can be viewed as a member of the House of Representatives senator local management or local council members taking action that does not favour the political participation of all parties involved, especially political parties. Political parties may nominate individuals to serve as local council members or administrators on their behalf, but taking Section 34, which forbids those in political office House of Representatives member, senator, manager, or member of local council Election campaigns for local council candidates or local officials that will be viewed as whatever action you took or that the applicant is to blame for It certainly raises a lot of controversy. because sending a candidate on behalf of a political party would enable that party to aid in election campaigning. Therefore, such restrictions are at odds with both the constitution and reality, which encourages citizens and political parties to get involved in local government. Therefore, Section 34 can be viewed as prohibiting the engagement of individuals and political parties. does not encourage participation in democracy, making this Act important. Therefore, such restrictions are at odds with both the constitution and reality, which encourages citizens and political parties to get involved in local government. Therefore, Section 34 can be viewed as prohibiting the engagement of individuals and political parties. does not encourage participation in democracy, making this Act important. Therefore, such restrictions are at odds with both the constitution and reality, which encourages citizens and political parties to get involved in local government. Therefore, Section 34 can be viewed as prohibiting the engagement of individuals and political parties. does not encourage participation in democracy, making this Act important.

2. The main points of the proposed political officials reform bill Any decision influencing candidates for election to the local council or as local administrators may be made by a member of the House of Representatives, a senator, or a local management or council member. It won’t be seen as an act in support of that candidate (Amended Section 34).

Candidates for local council in 2019 may receive support from political parties, House of Representatives, senators, local council members, or local administrators. Alternately, the local officials will create barriers in the delivery of public services at the local level that can be overcome through political party processes to address local issues more swiftly. Local governments play a fundamental role in the political involvement of democratic systems, as well as aiding in their development. to enhance national politics and advance democracy, with the exception of political parties Representative, Senator, Local Council Member, or Local Administrator Commit Any Wrongdoing With Duties and Powers Which Harass Any Applicant or Government Officials Commit Any Wrongdoing With Duties and Powers Which Harass Any Applicant or Act As A Favor Or A Penalty For Any Applicant Which Is Prohibited By Law The Election Commission, Election Commissioner, provincial election director, or board has the authority to cancel or postpone the election of the local government organisation to whom the Election Commission has committed the process if it appears that there has been an unlawful action. Consequently, it is essential to pass this Act.

2. The main points of the proposed political party reform law Representative, senator, local councilperson, or officials from your community Can assist in the campaigning for local council candidates or local officials is not illegal.

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