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Chapter 3 Election
Section 4 Public Notice for Election
Article 34
The election commissions shall issue various public notices pursuant to the following provisions:
1. The public notice for election shall state the type of election, electoral districts, date of voting, and the commencing and terminating time of voting, and shall be issued 120 days before expiration of the tenure of President and Vice President. However, this shall not apply to the date of the public notice for reelection, re-voting or by-election.
2. The public notice for registration of candidates shall be issued 50 days before the polling day, and the period of registration shall be not less than 5 days. However, in case of by-election or reelection, the public notice for registration of candidates shall be issued 35 days before the polling day, and the period of registration may not be less than 3 days.
3. The public notice of the list of electors shall be issued 15 days before the polling day, and the period of the public notice may not be less than 3 days.
4. The public notice of the list of candidates shall be issued 1 day before the campaign begins.
5. The public notice of the number of electors shall be issued 3 days before the polling day.
6. The public notice of the list of electees shall be issued within 7 days after the polling day.
Article 35
The voting for the election of President and Vice President shall be completed 30 days before expiration of the current tenure of President and Vice President. However, this shall not apply to the completion date of the voting for reelection, re-voting or by-election.