Pennsylvania election code




Yüklə 1.05 Mb.
səhifə1/21
tarix12.03.2016
ölçüsü1.05 Mb.
  1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   ...   21
"PENNSYLVANIA ELECTION CODE"

Act of Jun. 3, 1937, P.L. 1333, No. 320

Cl. 25

AN ACT

 

Concerning elections, including general, municipal, special and primary elections, the nomination of candidates, primary and election expenses and election contests; creating and defining membership of county boards of elections; imposing duties upon the Secretary of the Commonwealth, courts, county boards of elections, county commissioners; imposing penalties for violation of the act, and codifying, revising and consolidating the laws relating thereto; and repealing certain acts and parts of acts relating to elections.



 

Compiler's Note: Section 508 of Act 223 of 1970 provided that Act 320 is repealed insofar as it is inconsistent with Act 223.

Compiler's Note: Section 14 of Act 185 of 1969 provided that Act 320 is repealed insofar as it relates to the Court of Common Pleas of Dauphin County, the court of common pleas of the proper county in connection with matters relating to the powers or duties of the Secretary of the Commonwealth or the special court of common pleas established by section 1731 of Act 320.

 

 



TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

ARTICLE  I.  Preliminary Provisions



ARTICLE  II.  The Secretary of the Commonwealth

ARTICLE  III.  County Boards of Elections

ARTICLE  IV.  District Election Officers

ARTICLE  V.  Election Districts and Polling Places

ARTICLE  VI.  Dates of Elections and Primaries and Special Elections

ARTICLE  VII.  Qualifications of Electors

ARTICLE  VIII.  Party Organization

ARTICLE  IX.  Nomination of Candidates

ARTICLE  X.  Ballots

ARTICLE  XI.  Voting Machines

ARTICLE  XI-A.  Electronic Voting Systems

ARTICLE  XII.  Preparation For and Conduct of Primaries and Elections

ARTICLE  XIII.  Voting By Qualified Absentee Electors

ARTICLE  XIII-A.  Voting By Bedridden Or Hospitalized Veterans (Repealed)

ARTICLE  XIII-B.  Absentee Voting (Repealed)

ARTICLE  XIII-C.  Statewide Uniform Registry of Electors Advisory Board

ARTICLE  XIV.  Returns of Primaries and Elections

ARTICLE  XV.  Electoral College

ARTICLE  XVI.  Primary and Election Expenses

ARTICLE  XVII.  Recounts and Contests

ARTICLE  XVIII.  Penalties

ARTICLE  XVIII-A.  Congressional Districts (Repealed)

ARTICLE  XIX.  Repeals

Section 1.  Be it enacted, &c., That the laws relating to general, municipal, special and primary elections, the nomination of candidates, primary and election expenses and election contests are hereby codified, revised and consolidated as follows:

 

 

ARTICLE I



Preliminary Provisions

 

Section 101.  Short Title.--This act shall be known, and may be cited, as the "Pennsylvania Election Code."



Section 102.  Definitions.--The following words, when used in this act, shall have the following meanings, unless otherwise clearly apparent from the context:

(a)  The word "candidate" shall, unless the context otherwise requires, include both candidates for nomination and election.

(a.1)  "Canvass" includes gathering the ballots after the election and counting, computing and tallying the votes. ((a.1) added Dec. 11, 1968, P.L.1183, No.375)

(b)  The word "county" shall mean any county of this Commonwealth.

(c)  The words "county board" or "board" shall mean the county board of elections of any county herein provided for.

(d)  The words "district election board" or "election board" shall mean the election officers required to conduct primaries and elections in any election district in accordance with the provisions of this act.

(e)  The words "district register" shall mean the cards containing all or any part of the registry list of qualified electors of the same election district, as prepared by the registration commissions.

(f)  The word "election" shall mean any general, municipal, special or primary election, unless otherwise specified.

(g)  The words "election district" shall mean a district, division or precinct, established in accordance with the provisions of this act, within which all qualified electors vote at one polling place.

(g.1)  The words "election officer" shall include the judge of elections and the majority and minority inspectors elected or appointed by a county board of elections and the clerk or machine inspector appointed by a county board of elections. ((g.1) added Dec. 9, 2002, P.L.1246, No.150)

(h)  The words "general election" shall mean the election which the Constitution of this Commonwealth requires to be held in even-numbered years.

(i)  The words "independent nomination" shall mean the selection by an independent political body, in accordance with the provisions of this act, of a candidate for a public office authorized to be voted for at an election.

(j)  The words "municipal election" shall mean the election which the Constitution of this Commonwealth requires to be held in odd-numbered years.

(k)  The word "nomination" shall mean the selection, in accordance with the provisions of this act, of a candidate for a public office authorized to be voted for at an election.

(l)  The words "November election" shall mean either the general or municipal election, or both, according to the context.

(m)  The word "oath" shall include affirmation and the word "swear" shall include affirm.

(n)  The word "party" shall mean a political party, as defined in section 801 of this act.

(o)  The words "party nomination" shall mean the selection by a political party, in accordance with the provisions of this act, of a candidate for a public office authorized to be voted for at an election.

(p)  The words "political body" shall mean an independent body of electors, as defined in section 801 of this act.

(q)  The words "polling place" shall mean the room provided in each election district for voting at a primary or election.

(r)  The words "primary" or "primary election" shall mean any election held for the purpose of electing party officers and nominating candidates for public offices to be voted for at an election.

(r.1)  "Public institution" means institutions primarily maintained by the Federal, State or local governments and includes but is not limited to veterans' hospitals and homes, State hospitals, poorhouses and county homes. ((r.1) added Dec. 11, 1968, P.L.1183, No.375)

(s)  The words "public office" shall include every public office to which persons can be elected by a vote of the electors under the laws of this State.

(t)  The words "qualified elector" shall mean any person who shall possess all of the qualifications for voting now or hereafter prescribed by the Constitution of this Commonwealth, or who, being otherwise qualified by continued residence in his election district, shall obtain such qualifications before the next ensuing election.

(u)  The words "registered and enrolled member of a political party" shall mean any qualified elector who shall be registered according to political designation, in accordance with the provisions of the registration acts.

(v)  The words "special election" shall mean any election other than a regular general, municipal or primary election.

(w)  The words "qualified absentee elector" shall mean:

(1)  Any qualified elector who is or who may be in the military service of the United States regardless of whether at the time of voting he is present in the election district of his residence or is within or without this Commonwealth and regardless of whether he is registered or enrolled; or

(2)  Any qualified elector who is a spouse or dependent residing with or accompanying a person in the military service of the United States if at the time of voting such spouse or dependent is absent from the municipality of his residence: Provided, however, That the said elector has been registered or enrolled according to law or is entitled, under provisions of the Permanent Registration Law as now or hereinafter enacted by the General Assembly, to absentee registration prior to or concurrently with the time of voting; or

(3)  Any qualified elector who is or who may be in the service of the Merchant Marine of the United States if at the time of voting he is absent from the municipality of his residence: Provided, however, That the said elector has been registered or enrolled according to law or is entitled, under provisions of the Permanent Registration Law as now or hereinafter enacted by the General Assembly, to absentee registration prior to or concurrently with the time of voting; or

(4)  Any qualified elector who is a spouse or dependent residing with or accompanying a person who is in the service of the Merchant Marine of the United States if at the time of voting such spouse or dependent is absent from the municipality of his residence: Provided, however, That the said elector has been registered or enrolled according to law or is entitled, under provisions of the Permanent Registration Law as now or hereinafter enacted by the General Assembly, to absentee registration prior to or concurrently with the time of voting; or

(5)  Any qualified elector who is or who may be in a religious or welfare group officially attached to and serving with the armed forces if at the time of voting he is absent from the municipality of his residence: Provided, however, That the said elector has been registered or enrolled according to law or is entitled, under provisions of the Permanent Registration Law as now or hereinafter enacted by the General Assembly, to absentee registration prior to or concurrently with the time of voting; or

(6)  Any qualified elector who is a spouse or dependent residing with or accompanying a person in a religious or welfare group officially attached to and serving with the armed forces if at the time of voting such spouse or dependent is absent from the municipality of his residence: Provided, however, That the said elector has been registered or enrolled according to law or is entitled, under provisions of the Permanent Registration Law as now or hereinafter enacted by the General Assembly, to absentee registration prior to or concurrently with the time of voting; or

(7)  Any qualified elector who expects to be or is outside the territorial limits of the several States of the United States and the District of Columbia because his duties, occupation or business require him to be elsewhere during the entire period the polls are open for voting on the day of any primary or election or who is or who may be a civilian employee of the United States outside the territorial limits of the several States of the United States and the District of Columbia, whether or not such elector is subject to civil-service laws and the Classification Act of 1949 and whether or not paid from funds appropriated by the Congress, if at the time of voting he is absent from the municipality of his residence: Provided, however, That said elector has been registered or enrolled according to law or is entitled, under provisions of the Permanent Registration Law as now or hereinafter enacted by the General Assembly, to absentee registration prior to or concurrently with the time of voting; or

(8)  Any qualified elector who is a spouse or dependent residing with or accompanying a person who expects to be or is outside the territorial limits of the several States of the United States and the District of Columbia because his duties, occupation or business require him to be elsewhere during the entire period the polls are open for voting on the day of any primary or election or who is a spouse or dependent residing with or accompanying a person who is a civilian employee of the United States outside the territorial limits of the several States of the United States and the District of Columbia whether or not such person is subject to civil-service laws and the Classification Act of 1949 and whether or not paid from funds appropriated by the Congress if at the time of voting such spouse or dependent is absent from the municipality of his residence: Provided, however, That the said elector has been registered or enrolled according to law or is entitled, under provisions of the Permanent Registration Law as now or hereinafter enacted by the General Assembly, to absentee registration prior to or concurrently with the time of voting; or

(9)  Any qualified war veteran elector who is bedridden or hospitalized due to illness or physical disability if he is absent from the municipality of his residence and unable to attend his polling place because of such illness or physical disability regardless of whether he is registered and enrolled; or

(10)  Any qualified, registered and enrolled elector who expects to be or is absent from the municipality of his residence because his duties, occupation or business require him to be elsewhere during the entire period the polls are open for voting on the day of any primary or election; or

(11)  Any qualified, registered and enrolled elector who is unable to attend his polling place because of illness or physical disability; or

(12)  Any qualified, registered and enrolled elector who is a spouse or dependent accompanying a person employed in the service of this Commonwealth or in the service of the Federal Government within the territorial limits of the several States of the United States and the District of Columbia in the event the duties, profession or occupation of such person require him to be absent from the municipality of his residence; or

(13)  Any qualified elector who is a county employe who cannot vote due to duties on election day relating to the conduct of the election; or

(14)  Any qualified elector who will not attend a polling place because of the observance of a religious holiday:

Provided, however, That the words "qualified absentee elector" shall in nowise be construed to include persons confined in a penal institution or a mental institution nor shall it in anywise be construed to include a person not otherwise qualified as a qualified elector in accordance with the definition set forth in section 102(t) of this act.

((w) amended Feb. 13, 1998, P.L.72, No.18)

(x)  The words "members of the Merchant Marine of the United States" mean persons (other than persons in military service) employed as officers or members of crews of vessels documented under the laws of the United States or of vessels owned by the United States or of vessels of foreign flag registry under charter to or control of the United States, and persons (other than persons in military service) enrolled with the United States for employment or for training for employment or maintained by the United States for emergency relief service as officers or members of crews of any such vessels, but does not include persons so employed or enrolled for such employment or for training for employment or maintained for such emergency relief on the Great Lakes or the Inland waterways. ((x) added Aug. 13, 1963, P.L.707, No.379)

(y)  The word "dependent" means any person who is in fact a dependent. ((y) added Aug. 13, 1963, P.L.707, No.379)

(z)  The words "person authorized to administer oaths" shall mean any person who is a commissioned officer in military service or any member of the Merchant Marine of the United States designated for this purpose by the United States Secretary of Commerce or any civilian official empowered by any State or Federal law to administer oaths. ((z) added Aug. 13, 1963, P.L.707, No.379)

(z-1)  The words "in military service" shall mean the uniformed services as defined in section 102 of the Career Compensation Act of 1949 (63 Stat. 804 U.S. Code, Title 37, Par. 231). ((z-1) added Aug. 13, 1963, P.L.707, No.379)

(z-2)  ((z-2) repealed Dec. 11, 1968, P.L.1183, No.375)

(z-3)  The words "duties, occupation or business" shall include leaves of absence for teaching or education, vacations, sabbatical leaves, and all other absences associated with the elector's duties, occupation or business, and also include an elector's spouse who accompanies the elector. ((z-3) added Dec. 11, 1968, P.L.1183, No.375)

(z.4)  The word "municipality" shall mean a city, borough, incorporated town, township or any similar general purpose unit of government which may be created by the General Assembly. ((z.4) added Feb 13, 1998, P.L.72, No.18)

(102 amended Aug. 1, 1941, P.L.672, No.273)

(z.5)  The words "proof of identification" shall mean:

(1)  In the case of an elector who has a religious objection to being photographed, a valid-without-photo driver's license or a valid-without-photo identification card issued by the Department of Transportation.

(2)  For an elector who appears to vote under section 1210, a document that:

(i)  shows the name of the individual to whom the document was issued and the name substantially conforms to the name of the individual as it appears in the district register;

(ii)  shows a photograph of the individual to whom the document was issued;

(iii)  includes an expiration date and is not expired, except:

(A)  for a document issued by the Department of Transportation which is not more than twelve (12) months past the expiration date; or

(B)  in the case of a document from an agency of the Armed forces of the United States or their reserve components, including the Pennsylvania National Guard, establishing that the elector is a current member of or a veteran of the United States Armed Forces or National Guard which does not designate a specific date on which the document expires, but includes a designation that the expiration date is indefinite; and

(iv)  was issued by one of the following:

(A)  The United States Government.

(B)  The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

(C)  A municipality of this Commonwealth to an employee of that municipality.

(D)  An accredited Pennsylvania public or private institution of higher learning.

(E)  A Pennsylvania care facility.

(3)  For a qualified absentee elector under section 1301:

(i)  in the case of an elector who has been issued a current and valid driver's license, the elector's driver's license number;

(ii)  in the case of an elector who has not been issued a current and valid driver's license, the last four digits of the elector's Social Security number;

(iii)  in the case of an elector who has a religious objection to being photographed, a copy of a document that satisfies paragraph (1); or

(iv)  in the case of an elector who has not been issued a current and valid driver's license or Social Security number, a copy of a document that satisfies paragraph (2).

((z.5) added Mar. 14, 2012, P.L.195, No.18)

 

Compiler's Note: See sections 10 and 11 of Act 18 of 2012 in the appendix to this act for special provisions relating to application of law.

Section 103.  Construction.--(a) The provisions of this act are severable, and if any article, section or clause of this act, or part thereof, is held to be unconstitutional, the decision shall not be construed to affect or invalidate any other provisions of this act, or the act as a whole. It is hereby declared as the legislative intent that this act would have been adopted had such unconstitutional provision not been included therein.

(b) The provisions of this act, so far as they are the same as those of existing laws, are intended as a continuation of such laws, and not as new enactments. The repeal by this act of any act of Assembly, or part thereof, shall not revive any act, or part thereof, heretofore repealed or superseded. The provisions of this act shall not affect any act done, liability or penalty incurred, right accrued or vested, or nomination made prior to the taking effect of this act, nor shall they affect any suit of prosecution then pending or to be instituted to enforce any right or penalty then accrued or to punish any offense theretofore committed. Any person holding office under any act of Assembly repealed by this act shall continue to hold such office until the expiration of the term thereof, subject to the conditions attached to such office prior to the passage of this act.

(c) Whenever in this act reference is made to any other act by title, such reference shall be construed to apply to, and include any codification or other act of Assembly wherein the provisions of the act referred to are substantially re-enacted.

(d) Whenever the masculine gender is used in this act, it shall be construed to include the feminine.

(e) In determining or reckoning any period of time mentioned in this act, the day upon which the act is done, paper filed, or notice given, shall be excluded from, and the date of the primary, election, hearing or other subsequent event, as the case may be, shall be included in the calculation or reckoning: Provided, however, That if the last day upon which any act may be done, paper filed, or notice given, shall fall on a Sunday or a legal holiday, the next following ordinary business day shall be considered as the last day for said purpose.

Section 104.  Acts Done on Legal Holidays and Sundays.--No part of any day fixed for the performance of any duties by any person or official under this act shall be deemed a Sunday or a legal holiday so as to affect the legality of any work done for the purpose of carrying out the provisions hereof, or the right of any person to any compensation provided for herein for rendering any service required hereby, or so as to relieve any person from doing on such day whatever is necessary for such purposes, and such services are hereby declared to be necessary public services.

Section 105.  Effective Date.--Except as otherwise provided herein, this act shall be in force and take effect from and after its final enactment.

Section 106.  Publication of Notices.--Whenever under the provisions of this act notice is required to be given by newspaper publication in any county or in any municipal subdivision thereof, such notice shall be published in at least two and not more than three newspapers of general circulation as defined in the "Newspaper Advertising Act," approved May 16, 1929 (Pamphlet Laws 1784). At least one of said newspapers shall represent the majority party, and at least one shall represent the minority party, if there be that many published within the limits of such county or municipal subdivision. If there are not two such newspapers, then publication shall be made in at least either one newspaper of general circulation representing the majority party or at least one newspaper of general circulation representing the minority party, whichever is published in such county, and at least one newspaper of general circulation representing the other party published in an adjacent county and circulating in such county or municipal subdivision in which such notice is required to be published: Provided, however, That if in any such county, or in any municipal subdivision thereof, there are at least three newspapers of general circulation published within the limits of such county or municipal subdivision, the foregoing provisions if this section shall be deemed complied with if publication shall be made in all of the said newspapers in the county or municipal subdivision, notwithstanding that all such newspapers may represent either the majority party or the minority party. Whenever such notice relates to any matter or proceeding in court or to the sale of bonds or increase of indebtedness, the same shall also be published in the legal newspaper, if any, in the proper county, provided publication can be made therein on the same day or days as publication is made in newspapers of general circulation.

(106 amended June 28, 1947, P.L.1057, No.452)

 

 



ARTICLE II

The Secretary of the Commonwealth

 

Section 201.  Powers and Duties of the Secretary of the Commonwealth.--The Secretary of the Commonwealth shall exercise in the manner provided by this act all powers granted to him by this act, and shall perform all the duties imposed upon him by this act, which shall include the following:



(a)  To determine, in accordance with the provisions of this act, the forms of nomination petitions and papers, expense accounts and all other forms and records, the form of which he is required to determine under the provisions of this act.

(b)  To examine and reexamine voting machines, and to approve or disapprove them for use in this State, in accordance with the provisions of this act. The secretary shall not approve any voting machine for any election, Federal or State, in this Commonwealth, that does not comply with the requirements of section 301 of the Help America Vote Act of 2002 (Public Law 107-252, 42 U.S.C. § 15481). ((b) amended July 14, 2009, P.L.86, No.20)

(c)  To certify to county boards of elections for primaries and elections the names of the candidates for President and Vice-President of the United States, presidential electors, United States senators, representatives in Congress and all State offices, including senators, representatives, and judges of all courts of record, and delegates and alternate delegates to National Conventions, and members of State committees, and the form and wording of constitutional amendments or other questions to be submitted to the electors of the State at large.

(d)  To receive and determine, as hereinafter provided, the sufficiency of nomination petitions, certificates and papers of candidates for President of the United States, presidential electors, United States senators, representatives in Congress and all State offices, including senators, representatives and judges of all courts of record, and delegates and alternate delegates to National Conventions and members of State committees.

(e)  To receive such reports from county boards of elections as are required by this act, and to demand such additional reports on special matters as he may deem necessary.

(e.1)  To receive from county boards of elections information on voting system errors or difficulties or other election data pursuant to regulation.

(f)  To receive from county boards of elections the returns of primaries and elections, to canvass and compute the votes cast for candidates and upon questions as required by the provisions of this act; to proclaim the results of such primaries and elections, and to issue certificates of election to the successful candidates at such elections, except in cases where that duty is imposed by law on another officer or board.

(f.1)  To develop a voluntary professional certification and poll worker training program for county election officials in consultation with county boards of elections.

(f.2)  To order a county board to conduct a recount or recanvass of an election under section 1404 for a public office which appears on the ballot in every election district in this Commonwealth or for a ballot question which appears on the ballot in every election district in this Commonwealth.

(g)  To perform such other duties as may be prescribed by law.

(h)  To establish a system for the remedy of complaints regarding the administration of the provisions of Title III of the Help America Vote Act of 2002 (Public Law 107-252, 42 U.S.C. § 15481 et seq.).

(201 amended Oct. 8, 2004, P.L.807, No.97)

Section 201.1.  Explanation of Ballot Question.--Whenever a proposed constitutional amendment or other State-wide ballot question shall be submitted to the electors of the Commonwealth in referendum, the Attorney General shall prepare a statement in plain English which indicates the purpose, limitations and effects of the ballot question on the people of the Commonwealth. The Secretary of the Commonwealth shall include such statement in his publication of a proposed constitutional amendment as required by Article XI of the Constitution of Pennsylvania. The Secretary of the Commonwealth shall certify such statement to the county boards of elections who shall publish such statement as a part of the notice of elections required by section 1201 or any other provision of this act. The county board of elections shall also require that at least three copies of such statement be posted in or about the voting room outside the enclosed space with the specimen ballots and other instructions and notices of penalties. In election questions which affect only one county or portion thereof, the county board of elections shall fulfill these requirements in the place of the Attorney General and the Secretary of the Commonwealth.

(201.1 added Feb. 19, 1986, P.L.29, No.11)

Section 202.  Records and Documents to Be Open to Public Inspection.--The records of the Secretary of the Commonwealth and all returns, nomination petitions, certificates and papers, other petitions, accounts, contracts, reports and other documents and records in his custody shall be open to public inspection, and may be inspected and copied by any qualified elector of the State during ordinary business hours at any time when they are not necessarily being used by the Secretary of the Commonwealth, or his deputy or employes having duties to perform in reference thereto: Provided, however, That such public inspection thereof shall only be in the presence of the Secretary of the Commonwealth, or his deputy or one of his authorized employes, and shall be subject to proper regulation for safekeeping of the records and documents, and subject to the further provisions of this act.

Section 203.  Preservation of Records.--All documents and records in the office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth shall be preserved therein for a period of two years, unless otherwise provided in this act.

Section 204.  Voting Standards Development Board.--(a)  There is hereby established within the Department of State a Voting Standards Development Board comprised of seven members for the purpose of developing uniform and nondiscriminatory standards that define what constitutes a vote.

(b)  The board shall be comprised of the following members:

(1)  The Secretary of the Commonwealth or his designee.

(2)  Two county directors of election appointed by the President pro tempore of the Senate, one of whom shall be from a county in which votes are cast on paper ballots.

(3)  One county director of elections appointed by the Minority Leader of the Senate, who shall be from a county in which votes are cast on punch card voting systems.

(4)  Two county directors of election appointed by the Speaker of the House of Representatives, one of whom shall be from a county in which votes are cast on direct recording electronic voting systems.

(5)  One county director of elections appointed by the Minority Leader of the House of Representatives, who shall be from a county in which votes are cast on optical scan voting systems.

(c)  The Secretary of the Commonwealth shall serve as chair of the board. Each member shall serve until the expiration of his term. A vacancy shall be filled in the same manner as the original appointment.

(d)  The board shall meet as needed to fulfill the requirements of this section.

(e)  Four members of the board shall constitute a quorum, and an affirmative vote of a majority of the members of the board is required for the issuance of standards in accordance with subsection (h).

(f)  The board may establish any rules necessary for its operation, consistent with the provisions of subsection (e).

(g)  The members of the board shall receive no compensation for their services on the board but shall be reimbursed by the department for ordinary and necessary expenses incurred in the performance of their duties.

(h)  (1)  The board shall have the power and duty to develop uniform and nondiscriminatory standards that define what constitutes a valid vote cast through a paper ballot and what constitutes a valid vote through each type of electronic voting system used in the Commonwealth. On or before July 1, 2003, the board shall adopt standards for paper ballots and each type of electronic voting system. The department shall cause these standards to be published as a notice in the Pennsylvania Bulletin.

(2)  The standards adopted by the board and published by the Department of State in the Pennsylvania Bulletin Volume 33 Number 31 on August 2, 2003, shall have the force and effect of law until such time as a category of voting system, other than the paper ballot or electronic voting system as defined in section 1101-A, is approved by the secretary for use in this Commonwealth under section 201(b). The secretary shall publish the approval as a notice in the Pennsylvania Bulletin.

((h) amended May 15, 2013, P.L.25, No.6)

(204 added Dec. 9, 2002, P.L.1246, No.150)

 

  1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   ...   21


Verilənlər bazası müəlliflik hüququ ilə müdafiə olunur ©azrefs.org 2016
rəhbərliyinə müraciət

    Ana səhifə