Art.34: Plurality voting. Rule of vote reduction
- The plurality voting applies for mediators or trustees nomination. It admits only one answer in a list made up of:
- Mediator candidates in an electoral procedure;
- Versions of the Convention in a procedure of exhibition of the Convention;
- Tutors in a procedure of legitimating.
- The Convention exclusively uses the notion of electoral census, i.e. the whole set of persons with voting rights. The Convention does not recognize districts or seats. It does not impose restrictions to the number of elected candidates after a plurality voting.
- The rule of vote reduction is the arithmetic operation used during a plurality poll, to nominate a mediator or to legitimate a Trustee, according to the number of votes that separate this mediator or this trustee from the more voted candidate.
- Two candidates or more with one equal number of votes are also elected.
- The value used by the rule of vote reduction is defined by ordinary procedure. The current value is published in the Appendix of this Convention.
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