Let's see if Aurorachan knows how to logic.
In Ancient Rome, there are five senior Senators in the Roman Senate who are all very intelligent but also politically cunning and greedy. A recent military campaign successfully conquered 10,000 square kilometers of land, and the Roman Emperor expects these Senators to distribute the lands fairly amongst themselves for governing.
The most senior Senator, known as the Consul, is expected to make a proposal on how to divide the lands. All of the five Senators shall vote on how the lands shall be distributed according to the proposal. If more than half of the Senators vote "Yes", then the 10,000 square miles of land shall be distributed as according to the proposal.
To emphasize efficiency in the voting process, the Emperor passes a law in which a Consul who makes an ill proposal during land distribution shall be stripped of power and his Senatorship.
Thus, if the Consul fails to acquire more than half of the votes (himself included), then he will lose support in the Senate, and shall be removed from his voting rights and his Senate seat. The remaining Senators shall vote again, with the next most senior Senator as the new Consul to make the proposal, bound to the same law of the Emperor.
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