Eligibility and qualifications for the office of Representative
(1) Everyone with the right to vote and who is not under guardianship can be a candidate in parliamentary elections.
(2) A person holding military office cannot, however, be elected as a Representative.
(3) The Chancellor of Justice of the Government, the Parliamentary Ombudsman, a Justice of the Supreme Court or the Supreme Administrative Court, and the Prosecutor-General cannot serve as representatives. If a Representative is elected President of the Republic or appointed or elected to one of the aforesaid offices, he or she shall cease to be a Representative from the date of appointment or election. The office of a Representative shall cease also if the Representative forfeits his or her eligibility.
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