Pursuant to paragraph 94 of resolution 5/1, the Chairperson of the Working Group on Communications, together with the Secretariat, undertake an initial screening of communications based on the admissibility criteria set in paragraphs 85 to 88 of resolution 5/1. Manifestly ill-founded and anonymous communications are screened out. Communications not rejected in the initial screening are transmitted to the State concerned to obtain its views on the allegations of violations. Both the author of a communication and the State concerned are informed of the proceedings at each stage.
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If the statistical sampling shows that the number of valid signatures is within ninety to one hundred ten percent (90-110%) of the number of signatures needed, the elections official must examine and verify each signature filed. If the result of this complete examination shows that the petition has the required number of signatures, the elections official must certify the results of the examination to the governing body at its next regular meeting. If the number of valid signatures is less than the required number, the elections official shall certify the petition to be insufficient. If the petition is found insufficient, no action shall be taken on the petition. However, the failure to secure sufficient signatures shall not preclude the later filing of an entirely new petition to the same effect.