1. The president of the local council should:
a) Issue, after concluding the session of the state count and of the declaration of validity of the election of senators by plurality, the majority and validity certificates of the winning formula of senators, and the seat allocation certificate to the formula registered in the first place by the party that succeeded in obtaining the second place in the voting of the state. In the event that the members of any of the winning formulas are ineligible, the certificate in question will not be issued, without prejudice to issuing it to the other formula registered in the list by the party that obtained the majority of the vote. If the members of the formula registered in first place by the party that on its own received second place in the voting are ineligible, the certificate is issued to the formula registered in second place in the respective list;
b) Place the results of the state count in this election by both principles on the outside of the premises of the council;
c) Send to the General Secretariat of Parliamentary Services of the Senate a certified copy of the certificates issued to the formulas for senators that won by plurality; the allocation issued to the formula registered in the first place by the party which succeed in obtaining the second place in the vote of the state; as well as a report on the lodged complaints;
d) When a corresponding appeal has been lodged, send it to the Electoral Tribunal together with the written objections and the respective report, as well as a certified copy of the f les regarding which the results were challenged and the state count certificates, in the terms established in the law on the matter, and e) Once the deadline for lodging the respective appeal has expired, send a certi f ed copy of the state count certificates by both principles, a copy of the lodged complaints, copy of the minutes of the session and the report of the president on the development of the electoral process to the Executive Secretary of the Institute.