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The Commission clarified that the proposer and seconder of the candidates should be a parliamentarian or a member of any of the Provincial Assembly.
The mover and seconder are both members of the implementation committee, a group that was formed a year ago following an unsanctioned chiefs meeting in Winnipeg that was called to deal with some grassroots chiefs' concerns that the AFN executive was not following the resolutions passed by the chiefs-in-assembly.
Amendments are motions and as such require a seconder and full debate.
Court remarked, "First you should nominate your proposer and seconder then go for presidential polls.
Setting out the timetable for the race, Sir Michael said: "These nominations, with a proposer and seconder, must reach my office in the House of Commons in writing by 12 noon on Thursday October 13.
Party rules allowed for an annual election provided a challenger could secure a proposer and seconder.
A potential applicant would traditionally need a proposer and a seconder already in the club to be able to join.
It would be open to any MSP, who can find a proposer and seconder, and nominations could be submitted up to 30 minutes before the vote was taken.
And when asked about the seconder with it, the veteran administrator said it would not be proper for him to share all the details.
La FAF est toujours a la recherche d'un entraEneur local pour seconder Christian Gourcuff a la barre technique.
It will be mandatory for the proposer and seconder of the candidate to appear in person and they will also be required to provide evidence about their enrolment in the electoral lists as voters.