Determining the order of candidates The order of the parties, joint lists and constituency associations for the combined list of candidates and the order of the candidates for the candidate list in the Presidential election shall be determined in the meeting referred to in section 36. In the parliamentary elections , municipal electionsand European Parliamentary elections a random draw is conducted to determine: the order of alliances and non-aligned parties; the order of parties that have formed an electoral alliance; and the order of the joint lists. Constituency associations not belonging to a joint list shall be arranged in alphabetical order. In the Presidential election, the order of the candidates shall be determined by a draw in the first round of the election and the candidates are accordingly assigned a number starting with the number 2. The Chancellor of Justice must be present at the draw. In the second round of the election, the candidates shall keep the number they had in the first round.