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- A seat in the Senate shall become vacant
upon the death, resignation, expulsion or disqualification of
the Senator otherwise entitled to hold such a seat.
- A Senator shall be deemed to have resigned
upon submission to the Senate Chair or the Senate Secretary of
a written statement of resignation.
- A Senator shall be deemed to be disqualified upon
violating the qualifications for Senate members as laid down in
the Constitution or these By-Laws. The disqualification shall
take effect upon written notice by the Senate Chair.
- The Senate shall instruct the Elections
Commission to hold a special election whenever a regular Senate
seat becomes vacant. The Senate may instruct the Elections Commission
to hold a special election whenever an alternate Senate seat