District election Determination of reasons for exclusion
Anyone who holds a mandate in the county council of a district or in the town council of a district-free city may not work in an activity that is incompatible with that mandate. Reasons for incompatibility are: Civil servant or collective bargaining employee of the district or municipal administration with the exception of the district council or mayor Officials or collective bargaining employees of the country who carry out preparatory or decisive tasks of local, special or specialist supervision of the district Senior officials or senior collective bargaining employees, who are in the service of a municipality or office of the district, who are in the service of a special-purpose association in which the rural or urban district is part of a member body which are in the service of a municipal institution governed by public law in which the rural or urban district is part of a sponsoring body who are in the service of a savings bank in which the rural or urban district, together with other local authorities, is the guarantor Further rules are regulated by Section 12 bbgKWahlG. If such a case of incompatibility occurs, the mandate may not be accepted or the employment relationship must be terminated. The termination of the employment relationship must be proved to the election manager no later than four months after the date of acceptance of the election.
A mandate won in the municipal elections in the district council or the town council
Sections 12 and 15 Of the Brandenburg Local Elections Act
Commentary on Section 12 of the Brandenburg Local Elections Act
Once the final election result has been determined, the constituency returning officer shall notify all elected candidates and ask them to inform him within one week whether they will accept the mandate. At the same time, it draws attention to the fact that the mandate and professional activity are incompatible with the law in accordance with Paragraph 12 of the BbgKWahlG, which must be observed.