(Decision on, Public Announcement and Notification of Elected Person for Presidency)
(1) In the presidential election, the National Election Commission shall decide the candidate who has obtained a majority of the valid votes as the
elected person, and notify the Speaker of the National Assembly thereof: Provided, That where there is only one candidate, he/she shall be decided
as the elected person only when he/she obtains votes from a third or more of the total electors.
(2) Where two or more persons have obtained the largest votes, the National Assembly, upon receiving the notification of the National Election
Commission, shall decide the candidate who has obtained a majority of votes at an open meeting at the National Assembly with at least half the
total members present as the elected person.
(3) When the elected person is decided as provided in paragraph (1), the chairman of the National Election Commission shall publicly announce it,
and when he/she is decided as provided in paragraph (2), the Speaker of the National Assembly shall do so, and immediately deliver the certificate for winning the election to the elected person.
(4) Even if the ballot counting is not completed due to a natural disaster, terrestrial upheaval, or other unavoidable reasons, the National Election
Commission may decide the elected person where it is deemed that the votes of the area where the ballot counting is not completed shall have no influence on the election result.