Candidates who have obtained seats in more than one constituency or for more than one party shall occupy the seat for which their number of personal votes is greatest in relation to the number of votes for the party. If the candidates have not occupied a place in the order on the basis of their number of
personal votes, they shall occupy the seat for which their comparative number is greatest.
The seat that the candidate does not occupy shall pass to the candidate who would come first in the order according to the following. In the first instance the candidates are arranged on the basis of the calculation of their number of personal votes in accordance with the provisions of Section 9, second paragraph.
If a sufficient number of candidates cannot be arranged according to the second paragraph, they shall be arranged on the basis of the ballot papers that applied to the candidate who originally got a place in the order according to Sections 9 and 10. Upon such a computation, each ballot paper applies as a whole vote. The value of the number of votes shall be credited to the candidate who appears first on the paper of those who have not already got a place in the order. The candidate that gets the highest number of votes will get a place in the special order.
If the first paragraph results in two or more seats not being occupied these shall be filled one at a time according to the amount of the number of personal votes in relation to the number of votes for the party. If all seats cannot hereby be occupied they shall be filled according to the comparative numbers according to Section 10.