KINGDOM POLITICAL PARTY OF CANADA

 

Short-form Name: Kingdom Political Party of Canada

 

Party Leader:
 

Logo:

 

National Headquarters:
PO Box 
Station
Ottawa ON 
Tel.: 
Fax: 
Web site: https://chashal3777.wixsite.com/tsandb

Eligible: 

Registered

Auditor:

Address:

Tel.: 

Fax: 

 

Chief Agent:
Address:
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Officer 1:
Address:
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Officer 2:
Address:
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Officer 3:
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REQUIREMENTS TO REGISTER:

  • the full name of the political party

  • either the party's short-form name or the abbreviation of the party's name, if any, which will appear on election documents such as the ballot

  • the party's logo, if any

  • the name and address of the party's leader,

  • a copy of the party's resolution to appoint its leader that is certified by the leader and another officer of the party

  • the address of the party's office where records are kept and to which communications may be addressed

  • the names and addresses of the party's officers and their signed consent to act (minimum of three officers)

  • the name and address of the party's auditor and the auditor's signed consent to act as auditor

  • the name and address of the party's chief agent and his or her signed consent to act as chief agent

  • the names, addresses and signatures of 250 electors and their declarations in the prescribed form that they are members of the party and support the party's application for registration

  • the leader's declaration in the prescribed form that having considered all the factors relevant to determining the party's purposes, one of the party's fundamental purposes is to participate in public affairs by endorsing one or more of its members as candidates and supporting their election

Party's membership declarations

250 Members/Electors

Declarations

They are members of the party and support the party's application for registration.

The declaration of a member must include:

  • the member's surname and given name(s)

  • the member's full residential address and mailing address, if different

  • confirmation that the member is a qualified elector under the Act (i.e. 18 years old and a Canadian citizen), is a member of the political party and supports its application for registration

  • acknowledgement that the member is aware that it is an offence under the Act to make a false or misleading declaration

To be valid, the member's declaration must be signed and dated by the member in the 12 months preceding the complete submission of the application.  The party must submit the members' original declaration forms to Elections Canada. Faxed, scanned, altered or photocopied declarations are not acceptable.

Elections Canada will communicate directly with the member, in writing, to verify the information provided on the declaration form.

How is an application verified?

The party can lose its eligibility for registration for any of several reasons:

  • the Chief Electoral Officer is not satisfied that the party has updated its application information when required

  • the party fails to endorse a confirmed candidate in at least one electoral district at a general election

  • the party does not have the minimum number of officers

  • the party does not have the minimum number of members who are electors

  • the party has not obtained signed consent to act from its officers, chief agent and auditor, upon appointment

A party that loses its eligibility cannot be registered but may reapply for registration.

An eligible party may withdraw its application at any time before registration by sending a request to withdraw to the Chief Electoral Officer. The request must be signed by the leader.

How long is the writ period in Canada?

The minimum election period, from the issuance of the writ to polling day, ranges from 21 days in Newfoundland and Labrador to 36 days in Canada.

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