Duration of Terms of Office
Except as specified in this document, no law can restrict the maximum
duration, cumulative or contiguous, that an elected office can be held
by a particular individual.
The frequency of elections for a particular elected office or set of
offices is to be specified by constitution or statute, but must be between
1 year and 8 years inclusive.
The frequency and procedure of formal performance review for a
particular appointed office or set of offices is to be specified by
constitution or statute, but such frequency and procedure must be
specified for all appointed offices, and the frequency must be between
3 months and 2 years inclusive.
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