1 4,72 | obtains two-thirds of the votes, unless~particular law establishes
2 4,72 | absolute majority of the votes suffices, and the election
3 4,105 | can anyone have several votes in~the synod.~
4 4,107 | norms to determine how many votes and~ballots are required
5 6,165 | can anyone have several votes. 4. After the opening of
6 7,183 | absolute majority of the votes of those present is required;~
7 7,183 | inconclusive ballots, the votes are cast in the~fourth ballot
8 7,183 | received the~greatest number of votes in the third ballot. 4.
9 7,186 | of the bishops, count the votes~and sign the written report
10 7,186 | absolute~majority of the votes of the members of the synod
11 7,221 | absolute~majority of the votes of the members of this same
12 7,241 | eparchial assembly, the votes of others being only consultative.
13 12,445 | especially from procuring votes for~themselves or for others.~
14 19,924 | who are present; when the~votes are equal, the person presiding
15 20,953 | receive the required number of votes.~
16 20,955 | announce~clearly how many votes each person received. 3.
17 20,956 | ballot; if, however, the votes are equal after the third
18 20,962 | least two-thirds of the votes are required for postulation
19 24,1113| and concerning~the various votes and opinions offered during