Who can vote in India?

November 20, 2019 Off By idswater

Who can vote in India?

Parliamentary General Elections (Lok Sabha) Every adult citizen of India can vote only in their constituency. Candidates who win the Lok Sabha elections are called ‘Member of Parliament’ and hold their seats for five years or until the body is dissolved by the President on the advice of the council of ministers.

Who are the disqualified persons under the law?

Paragraph (b) of this section describes persons who are defined to be disqualified persons under the statute, including certain family members of an individual in a position to exercise substantial influence, and certain 35-percent controlled entities.

Who are disqualified people in a tax exempt organization?

A person who holds any of the following powers, responsibilities, or interests is in a position to exercise substantial influence over the affairs of an applicable tax-exempt organization: (1) Voting members of the governing body.

Who is a disqualified person under section 53.4958-3?

Only with respect to an applicable tax-exempt organization described in section 501 (c) (4) and § 53.4958-2 (a) (4), this category includes any other organization so described. (3) Employees receiving economic benefits of less than a specified amount in a taxable year.

Paragraph (b) of this section describes persons who are defined to be disqualified persons under the statute, including certain family members of an individual in a position to exercise substantial influence, and certain 35-percent controlled entities.

What’s the difference between disqualification and removal from office?

Because conviction requires a two-thirds vote, this means that removal can occur only as a result of a two-thirds vote. Unlike removal, disqualification from office is a discretionary judgment, and there is no explicit constitutional linkage to the two-thirds vote on conviction.

A person who holds any of the following powers, responsibilities, or interests is in a position to exercise substantial influence over the affairs of an applicable tax-exempt organization: (1) Voting members of the governing body.

Only with respect to an applicable tax-exempt organization described in section 501 (c) (4) and § 53.4958-2 (a) (4), this category includes any other organization so described. (3) Employees receiving economic benefits of less than a specified amount in a taxable year.