E-2.2 - Act respecting elections and referendums in municipalities

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69. A person is not qualified to hold office as an election officer of any municipality if he is convicted of an offence that is a corrupt electoral practice within the meaning of section 645, the Act respecting school elections (chapter E-2.3) or the Election Act (chapter E-3.3).
The disqualification shall continue for five years from the day on which the judgment convicting the person becomes a res judicata.
1987, c. 57, s. 69; 1989, c. 1, s. 597; 1990, c. 4, s. 405; 2005, c. 28, s. 68.
69. A person is not qualified to hold office as an election officer of any municipality if he is convicted of an offence that is a corrupt electoral practice within the meaning of section 645 or the Election Act (chapter E-3.3).
The disqualification shall continue for five years from the day on which the judgment convicting the person becomes a res judicata.
1987, c. 57, s. 69; 1989, c. 1, s. 597; 1990, c. 4, s. 405.
69. A person is not qualified to hold office as an election officer of any municipality if he pleads guilty to or is convicted of an offence that is a corrupt electoral practice within the meaning of section 645 or the Election Act (chapter E-3.3).
The disqualification shall continue for five years from the day on which the judgment convicting the person becomes a res judicata.
1987, c. 57, s. 69; 1989, c. 1, s. 597.
69. A person is not qualified to hold office as an election officer of any municipality if he pleads guilty to or is convicted of an offence that is a corrupt electoral practice within the meaning of section 645 or the Election Act (chapter E-3.2).
The disqualification shall continue for five years from the day on which the judgment convicting the person becomes a res judicata.
1987, c. 57, s. 69.