Before nomination must know the other candidates, this means a candidate will first give its consent to be nominated , then they are known to others
A deadlock situation, where one cannot move without the consent of another.
Suppose X and Y are nominees.
X must know who is Y before giving consent.
Similarly Y must know who is X before giving such consent. Thus no one can give consent because no one knows who is the other nominee.
C) Out of Context
D) Out of Context
E) Correct : For one person, the bylaw does not apply. For more than 1 person, both statements apply and there is a logical issue. The issue comes from the fact that both statements cannot apply at once. It is one or the other.