Voting. Each election procedure comprises oral voting as well as postal votes. In the latter case, votes should be at the disposition of the electing body at the latest one day before election, and sent in a sealed envelope.
A secret paper ballot shall be made on request of any member. In this case the voting body shall appoint scrutiny's.
With the exception of the Assembly of Members, all organs of the Society need a 50 % quorum for election, and within the group the simple majority of the votes.