ARTICLE 36: VOTING
The chapter comments on the voting rules under the ECT. It starts by addressing who can vote within the treaty framework and on budgetary matters. It continues by analysing the exercise of the right to vote, as well as voting by correspondence. Finally, it turns to the applicable voting rules and the reasons that might impede the exercise of the right to vote.
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