political office definition

political office means the office of member of Parliament, member of the European Parliament or member of a local authority or any position within a political party.
political office means any executive appointment or elected office, including any elected or nominated public representative of a party, whether involving remuneration or not, or any other paid office, in the service of a party;
political office means the office of—

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political office means the office of member of Parliament, member of the European Parliament or member of a local authority or any position within a political party.2. Any payments in the furtherance of such political objects shall be made out of a separate fund of the union (hereinafter called the political fund). 3. The particular rules which apply to those people that joined the Union before 1st March 2018 and to political funds set up before 1st March 2018 are set out in Schedule 1 to these rules. 4. The particular rules which apply to those people that joined the Union on or after 1 March 2018 and to political funds set up on or after 1 March 2018 are set out in Schedule 2 to these rules. 5. For the purpose of enabling each member of the union who may pay a political contribution to know in respect of any such contribution, what portion, if any, of the sum payable by him is a contribution to the political fund of the union, it is hereby provided that £0.15 of each (monthly) contribution is a contribution to the political fund, and that any member who is exempt shall be relieved from the payment of the sum of £0.15, and shall pay the remainder of such contribution only. 6. A member who is exempt from the obligation to contribute to the political fund of the union shall not be excluded from any benefits of the union, or placed in any respect either directly or indirectly under any disability or disadvantage as compared with other members of the union (except in relation to the control or management of the political fund) by reason of his being so exempt. 7. If any member alleges that he is aggrieved by a breach of any of these rules for the political fund, being a rule or rules made pursuant to section 82 of the 1992 Act, he may complain to the Certification Officer, and the Certification Officer, after making such enquiries as he thinks fit and after giving the complainant and the union an opportunity of being heard, may, if he considers that such a breach has been committed, make such order for remedying the breach as he thinks just in the circumstances. Any such order of the Certification Officer may, subject to the right of appeal provided by section 95 of the 1992 Act, be enforced in the manner provided for in section 82(4) of the 1992 Act. 8. Contribution to the political fund of the union shall not be made a condition for admission to the union. 9. The union shall include in the annual return that is submitted to the Certification Officer details of political exp...
political office means the office of President, member of Dail Eireann, member of Seanad Eireann, member of the European Parliament, or any member of a local authority.
political office means a public office for which partisan poli- tics is a basis for nomination, election or appointment.
political office means the office of member of Parliament, member of the
political office. , in relation to a means any office in the party to which a representative of the party is elected or nominated, whether involving remuneration or not, or any other in the party to which a person is appointed;
political office means an office which is obtained by public election or otherwise obtained by political selection and includes, members of local, state or federal parliament and government ministries.
political office means the office of member of Parliament, member of the European Parliament or member of a local authority or any position within a political party. 2. Any payments in the furtherance of such political objects shall be made out of a separate fund of the union (hereinafter called the political fund).