Election Period

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Election Period

The period of time during which the holder can elect to extend and extendible bond, or to retract a retractable bond.

Election Period

In extendable bonds and retractable bonds, a period of time during which a bondholder must inform the issuer whether or not he/she intends to exercise the option to extend or retract. Both types of bonds allow a bondholder to change the maturity date and either move it forward or push it back, depending upon the bondholder's interests and investment goals. However, if he/she is to take advantage of this feature, he/she must inform the issuer during the election period.
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12, a summary of which was released only Friday, the high court pointed out that the provisions of the Omnibus Election Code that prohibited the suspension of officials during election periods had already been repealed.
Voting 11-0, the high court granted Javier's petition to junk the Comelec en banc's order which annulled his proclamation after the 2013 elections for his act of suspending Valderrama town Mayor Joyce Roquero during the election period.
The Provincial Commission on Elections (Comelec) and police are set to hold a conference next month which will discuss plans and actions to ensure peace and order during the campaign and election periods.
The Comelec set the election period, including the gun ban, from January 10 to June 8 next year.
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The Department for Business Enterprise and Regulatory Reform said, "Due to the application of normal purdah procedures which apply during election periods, no public consultations will take place and no network change announcements will be made between April 7 and May 2.
Labour fought off attempts by the TV companies to scale down the number of PPBs outside election periods, as they are judged a turn-off for viewers.
The full list of Top DMAs and media companies likely to benefit can be found in the PQ Media Political Media Buying Report 2006, which also includes exclusive historical and forecast data for the 2002, 2004, and 2006 election periods.
Labour successfully fought off attempts by the TV companies to drastically scale down the number of PPBs outside election periods, as they are judged a turn-off for viewers.
According to USAID Director of Latin America and the Caribbean, Adolfo Franco, these types of travel warnings are routinely issued during election periods.
We have been precluded from providing pay increases during the representational election periods and contract negotiations," said Ted Weise, senior vice president of Air Operations.