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Procedures similar to the present system were introduced in when Gregory X promulgated Ubi periculum following the action of the magistrates of Viterbo during the interregnum of — Aeterni Patris Filius prohibited this practice and established two-thirds as the standard needed for election.
Cyprian died says that Pope Cornelius in office was chosen as Bishop of Rome "by the decree of God and of His Church, by the testimony of nearly all the clergy, by the college of aged bishops [sacerdotum], and of good men".
Instead of casting votes, the bishop was selected by general consensus or by acclamation. The candidate would then be submitted to the people for their general approval or disapproval.
This lack of precision in the election procedures occasionally gave rise to rival popes or antipopes. The cardinal bishops were to meet first and discuss the candidates before summoning the cardinal priests and cardinal deacons for the actual vote.
The small electorate magnified the significance of each vote and made it all but impossible to displace familial or political allegiances.
Conclaves lasted months and even years. In his decree requiring the electors be locked in seclusion, Gregory X also limited each cardinal elector to two servants and rationed their food progressively when a conclave reached its fourth and ninth days.
Celestine reinstated the rules. In Pope Sixtus V limited the number of cardinals to 70, following the precedent of Moses who was assisted by 70 elders in governing the Children of Israel: In Paul VI ruled that cardinals who reach the age of eighty before the start of a conclave are ineligible to participate.
He also changed the age limit slightly, so that cardinals who turn 80 before a pope dies can not serve as electors. Bishops of dioceses were sometimes elected while still catechumenssuch as the case of St.
Ambrose who became Bishop of Milan in In the wake of the violent dispute over the election of Antipope Constantine IIPope Stephen III held the synod ofwhich decreed that only a cardinal priest or cardinal deacon could be elected, specifically excluding those that are already bishops.
As of [update]the three most recent conclaves have elected a Polea Germanand an Argentinian A simple majority vote sufficed untilwhen the Third Council of the Lateran increased the required majority to two-thirds.
InJohn Paul II's constitution allowed election by absolute majority if deadlock prevailed after thirty-three or thirty-four ballots  thirty-four ballots if a ballot took place on the first afternoon of the conclave.
Accessus was a method for cardinals to change their most recent vote to accede to another candidate in an attempt to reach the requisite two-thirds majority and end the conclave.
This method was first disallowed by the Cardinal Dean at the conclave. For example, the Roman emperors once held considerable sway in the elections of popes. On the request of Boniface I, Honorius ordered that in future cases, any disputed election would be settled by a fresh election.
By the Ostrogothic monarchy had been overthrown, and power passed to the Byzantine emperors. A procedure was adopted[ by whom? Travel to and from Constantinople caused lengthy delays.
Thereafter, the Emperor was only required to be notified. While Charlemagne Emperor from to and Louis the Pious Emperor from to did not interfere with the Church, Lothair I Emperor from to claimed that an election could only take place in the presence of imperial ambassadors. The breach between him and the Holy Roman Empire caused by the Investiture Controversy led to the abolition of the Emperor's role.
By an informal convention, each state claiming the veto could exercise the right once per conclave. Therefore, a crown-cardinal did not announce his veto until the very last moment when the candidate in question seemed likely to get elected. No vetoes could be employed after an election.
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