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Here's the procedure. Note that the two steps with extra indentation (1.1 and 3.1) only rarely matter, so it's best to understand the system without them first.
# Candidates with
▲# Candidates with over 25% Prefer, and less than 50% Reject, are called viable. The viable candidate (if any) with the most non-stand-aside preferences is given the label of leader.
This is largely a theoretical proposal. In real-world elections, the "stand aside" option would probably almost never be useful
For instance, consider the voting scenarios which meet the following restrictions: