Basic Principles of Elections

Basic Principles of Elections

- Constitution of Hungary

Chapter XIII - Principles Governing the Elections

Article 71
(1) Members of Parliament, the members of the representative bodies of villages, townships and of the districts of the Capital, the legally defined number of the members of the representative body of the capital city, moreover, the Mayor in cases defined in the law, are elected by direct secret balloting on the basis of the universal and equal right to vote.
(2) The members of the representative bodies of counties are elected by secret ballot by the meeting of delegates chosen by the village and city representative bodies.
(3) Separate laws provide for the election of the Members of Parliament, the Mayor and the members of the local representative bodies. For the adoption of these laws the votes of two thirds of the MPs present are necessary.
Article 72 Repealed
Article 73 Repealed

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