Art.58: Investiture procedure
- The candidatures are subjected to a restricted vote, following the order of presentation to TA. However, a legitimate tutor's candidature has priority on those from mediators.
- In the case of a tutor (candidate Donimus), sumple majority approves the nomination. The procedure is constitutional and concludes with the mediators' restricted vote.
- In the case of a mediator (candidate President), the qualified majority approves the nomination. The procedure course follows the ordinary protocol, and the spokesman role belongs to the Regent:
- The presidential candidature is subjected to the first mediators' restricted vote;
- Using the quick way, the second vote of the Council must confirm nomination. In the event of a Council contrary vote, and because the qualified majority apply, the Regent can appeal to the legitimating vote.
- When using the associative way, the President nomination is subjected to the direct voters' vote, with a simple majority.
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