|2015/2020 World Assembly Election|
To become a candidate to the Assembly for THIS district a person should
1. Be or become a Facebook user and place on his/her Facebook user page timeline (facebook.com/username) the following banner. To do it make a status post with link to THIS page: http://election.gov.world/2015/100.html , the banner usually is added automatically, but it depends of your Facebook settings. If the banner does not appear, write the same text - "I am a candidate to the World Assembly - http://assembly.world - for district...(and so on)" - with link in Facebook timeline in letters. You can add any other details in that timeline entry. And
2. After that nominate himself/herself by sending SMS message to the World Election Department (WED) from a telephone number belonging to the chosen district code or ask a trustee from the district to do so. WED will not disclose phone numbers used for nomination. To do it first send email with link to your Facebook page to email@example.com. You will receive reply with WED telephone number and code word or number to send. It will cost you according to your mobile provider's tariffs for SMS to Russia.
You can additionaly announce nomination on The World Government Facebook page.
Nominations will be received till 24:00 UTC of the last day of the month after there become more candidates in district than deputies to elect there. Not more than one nomination from the same telephone number is accepted. Nomination of a person without consent banner (or line) in Facebook will be declined.
WED will register (or reject) candidate within 48 hours after nomination, provided above mentioned conditions are fulfilled. After registered, candidate cannot change the district. He/she can withdraw his/her candidacy, but cannot be nominated again in the same or other district.
In case of any troubles with nomination process report to firstname.lastname@example.org.
LIST OF REGISTERED CANDIDATES:
Nobody yet registered
LINKS: World Transition to Democracy | 2015/2020 Election Rules | Electoral Districts