How to join a youth political organization


To begin with, contact the regional office of the organization you are interested in. There you will be invited to familiarize yourself with the charter of the structure you are going to join. Read this document carefully to understand whether the official goals stated there are consistent with those that the organization lobbies in the media. Read the rights and responsibilities of its members.


If you decide to join this political organization, write an application for membership and give it to the representative of this entity. Your application will be considered either at the nearest general regional meeting of the organization or by its lower body (local branch).


In the application you will have to specify your first name, patronymic, surname, date of birth, address of residence and actual residence (if they differ) , nationality. In addition, you need to confirm the fact that you recognize all the provisions of the organization’s charter and program, and that you are ready to participate in all the activities of this political structure and all its subsidiaries.


The maximum period for consideration of applications from individuals wishing to join a political organization is two months.$ If you submitted a document not to the local branch of the association, but to its central office, the maximum period of consideration of your application may increase to three months.


If you have applied for admission to a political organization, but there are no hurry to consider it or in the process of familiarization allow any sort of error, you have the right to file a complaint with a higher authority. But if the statement is approved and you become a member of a political association, immediately after signing it, you begin to be politically responsible for your actions regardless of whether or not you party ticket on hands or not.

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