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AIESEC Zarqa- election procedure

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  • 1. AIESEC Zarqa |Election ProcessElection in AIESECThis is a way that we select the leadership body especially the Executive Board Members in AIESEC.We practice our democracy and insure that the members select the leaders who they trust and who can leadthe organization to great heights.According to democracy: The candidates who get majority of the votes will be considered successful for eithertheir posts or for next procedures of the election processAccording to AIESEC, the majority of the votes are 2/3 of the whole votes for each candidate.Election & selection procedureThe EB shall be chosen during Local Legislation Meeting in the following order:  Election of Local Committee President (LCP);  The vote of confidence and selection of Vice-Presidents;a) President a. Election procedure of Local Committee President (LCP)  Submit application to the EB/ Expansion Manager  Speech in front of Local Committee Plenary  Questions & Answers  Voting b. Voting for President shall be conducted by secret ballot. c. Unsuccessful Presidential candidates are eligible for Vice-Presidential positionsb) The President vote process:All candidates are listed on the ballot paper in alphabetical order by surname with three options for votingprocedure beside each name.During voting procedures each voter has 3 options for voting:“For” the candidate -If voter feels the candidate is capable of fulfilling the job.“Against” the candidate -If the voter feels that candidate is not capable of fulfilling the job. This is counted as avote of no confidence in this candidate.“Abstention”- If the voter feels unable to decide on the candidate, or if the voter does not want to take part inthe election, or if the voter does not have an opinion on the candidate, or does not care if this candidate iselected or not.
  • 2. The voter may abstain. Abstentions reduce the total pool of votes, and thus reduce the figure for the simplemajority needed to reach a result.c) Vice- Presidents: (a) Vote of Confidence and selection of Vice-Presidents  Submit application to the EB  Speech in front of Local Committee Plenary  Questions & Answers by members of LC  Voting of “Confidence” or “Non-Confidence”  Interview with current and new elected President and other member  Final selection of LC Executive Board(b) The confidence vote to determine the selection pool of Vice-Presidents candidates shall be done by secretballot.(c) The information obtained during selection regarding the candidates shall be treated as confidential.d) The Vice-Presidents confidence vote process(d) All candidates are listed on the ballot in alphabetical order by surname with three options for votingprocedure beside each name.(e) During voting procedure each voter has 3 options for voting:“Confidence” for the candidate, if voter feels the candidate is capable of fulfilling the job.“No- confidence” for the candidate -If the voter feels that candidate is not capable of fulfilling the job. This iscounted as a vote of no-confidence in this candidate.“Abstention” - If the voter feels unable to decide on the candidate, or if the voter does not want to take part inthe election, or if the voter does not have an opinion on the candidate, or does not care if this candidate iselected or not.The voter may abstain. Abstentions reduce the total pool of votes, and thus reduce the figure for the simplemajority needed to reach a result.e) Announcement of results  In case the results are achieved , the current President will announce the results with the candidates in the plenary room  In case the results were not achieved then the current President will announce the results with the candidates in the plenary room.  During announcement the President will declare how much votes each candidate got, without mentioning from each entity.

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