Guidelines considering election advertising and the use of university premises for election use have been approved by the Central Election Committee: Guidelines for Election Advertising
Central Election Committee met on 23 August and decided the aforementioned guidelines and minor changes to the terms of reference of the committee, and Election announcement.
Changes regarding the terms of reference included adding the possibility of naming the Committee vice members to avoid incompetence due to a likelihood of bias for Committee members, and two details related to setting a working group. From now on, working groups of the Committee will select a chair from amongst the working group members and produce a single proposal for the Committee, and vote if needed.
The Committee updated the Election announcement regarding receiving electronic Candidacy announcements. Unfortunately, only physical paper copies of the Candidacy announcements can be received in this election due to the on-going merger of the universities.