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In3activa Convention of translators and interpreters (CITI version 1, revision 5, "The Elections")
V.3. Nomination vote
Art.58: Investiture procedure
  1. 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.
  2. In the case of a tutor (candidate Donimus), sumple majority approves the nomination. The procedure is constitutional and concludes with the mediators' restricted vote.
  3. 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:
    1. The presidential candidature is subjected to the first mediators' restricted vote;
    2. 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.
    3. When using the associative way, the President nomination is subjected to the direct voters' vote, with a simple majority.

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