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60. (1) Whenever an elected member of the Executive Council is by reason of his or her illness or absence from the Falkland Islands or for any other reason incapable of performing the functions of his or her office, then the elected members of the Legislative Assembly shall, if they consider it desirable, elect a person from among their number to be temporarily a member of the Executive Council.
(2) A person elected under this section to be temporarily a member of the Executive Council shall vacate his or her seat when he or she is informed by the Governor that the circumstances giving rise to his or her election have ceased to exist.
(3) Subject to subsections (1) and (2), this Constitution shall apply in relation to a person elected to be temporarily a member of the Executive Council as it applies in relation to the member on account of whose incapacity her or she was elected.
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