What is a petition?
Personal petitions refer to petitions, complaints, suggestions, inquiries and appeals submitted without the recommendation of a member. The personal petitions received by the local council are submitted to a related standing committee and responded to within 30 days from the date of receipt. Personal petitions that intervene a judgment, defile a national leader, defile the President or a member of the Local Assembly, and are submitted more than twice by same person within a year, or have on uncertain address or name are not accepted.
|Receipt of a petition||In case of general receipt of petition, suggestion, appeal or inquiries for the chairperson, the directors, members or office director receive the verification issued when required.|
|Submission to a committee||In case of submitting a petition outline to a related standing committee,opinions or assistance may be asked to a related organ.|
|Inspection by committee||A specialist inspects the petition and formulates a response. For major issues, the opinion of a related committee member may be collected or deliberation of a related committee may be conducted.|
|Results notification||Response to the petition is approved by the director and reported to the chairman for notification.|
|Notification to the petitioner||Results of the petition are notified to the petitioner.|