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What is the name of the special meeting held to elect a new pope?

Conclave


What is the meeting of cardinals to elect pope called?

The secret meeting held to elect a new pope is called a conclave - meaning 'with a key' indicating that the cardinals are locked in to the meeting and nobody may enter or leave unless it is an emergency situation.


Who held the Bible when Obama was sworn in?

Michelle Obama held the bible for the then President-Elect Obama.


What is the Vatican conclave?

A conclave is a secrete meeting of the cardinals held in the Sistine Chapel to elect a new pope.


How often do the voters in the US elect a president and a vice president?

Elections are held every four years.


Who becomes president if president-elect dies?

The vice president-elect becomes the president if the president-elect dies.


Where is the ceremony held when the president is sworn in?

Inauguration day. President-elect Barack Obama will be sworn in on January 20, 2009.


Does the president elect or vise president elect take the oath first?

Vice President-elect Joseph Biden will be sworn in prior to President-elect Obama.


For how long did you elect the President?

A president election is held every four years. A president can be elected twice and serve an absolute maximum of 11 years.


Who becomes president if the president elect is indicted?

Then the vice president-elect becomes president.


Who was the president of the constituent Assembly that held the Independence Meeting?

Dr. Rajendra Prasad


What does ''president-elect'' mean and how is it different from ''president''?

President-elect means that they've been elected but have not yet taken office.


What month do we ELECT the President?

the month we elect the president is in January


What month do you elect the president and members and members of congress?

National elections the US are held early in November.


Which amendment spells out who becomes president-elect in the event of the death of a president-elect?

20


For how long to you elect the president?

How long do we elect a president? u grandpa


Who is the elect president of 2008?

The president elect for 2008 is Barack Obama


Who is the elect president?

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Who is the us president elect?

The President-elect is Barack H. Obama.


According to the 20th amendment who becomes president if the president elect dies?

The 20th Amendment (Section 3) says the Vice President-elect will become president if the President-elect dies before the beginning of his term. The Vice President-elect would be sworn in on Inauguration day as the President and serve the full term to which the President-elect was elected.


Where do presidential electors cast their votes?

The meeting of the electors is typically held somewhere in the state capital. It's at this meeting where they cast their votes for the President and the VP. The votes are then sent to the Vice President who is the President of the Senate.


Elections for the president of India is it a by- elections?

no,they are like normal elections but when the M.P or M.L.A dies bye elections are held. bye elections are held to elect a new M.P or M.L.A if one of them dies and to elect a new one.


Who becomes president if the president-elect dies before the inauguration?

The Vice-President Elect.


Who becomes president if the president-elect dies before his or her term?

according to the 20th amendment if the president-elect dies the vice president-elect takes the precidency


Who did the delegates elect as ad interim president until regular elections could be held?

David Gouverneur Burnet