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§8. The EB members, taking turns of two each to ensure that voting is always accessible, administer the electoral process in a convenient public place: A. The voter presents his valid HAU Identification Card (ID) or Registration Form to an EB member.
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B. The same EB member, checks that the voter is in the Master list (of all Official Fellows and their respective class schedules) and asks the voter to sign it and its duplicates. C. Another EB member gives a ballot to the voter and prompts the voter to a separate table in front of the posts containing the platforms of the candidates with a secrecy folder. The voter must not leave the table during the time he possesses the ballot. D. The voter finishes and goes back to the other table and inform both the EB members that he has finished voting. The EB members then fasten the ballots using adhesive tape to ensure security and prompt the voter to cast his ballot into the ballot box. E. Candidates should not loiter around the polling place; and should leave the polling place upon voting. §9. At 9:10pm, for the day that the Election is held, in front of the Candidates in a Student Office: A. The Adviser unseals the ballot box, picks up one ballot and proceeds to declare the votes. B. The Chief Operating Officer, or his replacement, tallies the votes conspicuously and all of the day’s result in one (1) paper. C. The tallies are summed up in front of the Candidates, while requesting them to do the same. D. Winners are declared at the same evening and are addressed as officers- Elect until the commencement of their terms. §10. Failure of elections. The Electoral Bureau motu propio or upon a petition of any interested party, may call for the holding of special elections after due notice and hearing, under the Electoral Board’s failure to comply with any of the aforementioned electoral provisions under Article VII of this Constitution or other analogous causes of such nature as to render the election held, or yet to be held, invalid. It shall be held at the earliest practicable date, but in no case shall special election be called not later than ten (10) school days after the cessation of the cause for such failure of elections.
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ART. VIII. Deliberative Assemblies and Parliamentary Authority §1. The assemblies and Meetings held in a venue of sufficient size may include quorum, an order of business agenda, and the disposition of the minutes. §2. Any individual who disrupts an Assembly or Meeting impedes the efficient conduct of such may be removed at the discretion of the Presiding Official or on motion by a Fellow. §3. A quorum is sixty percent (60%) of all the official Fellows, rounded down while a majority constitutes fifty percent plus one (50%+1) of all the Official Fellows present, rounded up. §4. The organization may officially adopt a recognized parliamentary authority (e.g. Robert's Rules of Order) through an Official Resolution that share the general idea of rule of the majority with respect for the minority, otherwise, Article VIII Section 5 shall be followed.
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