Nomination of a Person to be a Candidate for President
1. Individual people may nominate themselves to be candidates for President.
2. The parties which are registered in accordance with the procedure laid down by law and meet the requirements for the number of party members may nominate or support individuals to be candidates for President.
3. Nomination of people to be candidates for President shall begin not more than 80 nor less than 65 days prior to election day.
4. When an early election of the President under Article 87 of the Constitution or an election of the President under Article 89(1) of the Constitution is held within two months from the announcement of the election, the nomination of candidates for President shall commence on the next day after the entry into force of an appropriate Seimas or Government resolution concerning the announcement of an election, and shall end not later than 45 days before election day. If such election is held earlier than within two months from the announcement thereof, the said 45-day limit shall be reduced by the number of days lacking to constitute a two-month limit.