Florentino Perez opens the electoral process for the Real Madrid presidency

Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has asked the club's electoral board to open the procedure to call elections for the presidency and the board of directors.

At the moment, only Florentino has confirmed his intention to stand for election, with no other member having taken this step. If this continues to be the case, Perez would be automatically re-elected for a new term of office.

"The president, having heard today's meeting of the board of directors, and in accordance with article 38, section b of the Real Madrid C.F. statutes, has asked the electoral board to initiate the procedure to call elections for president and board of directors," Real Madrid's statement said.

The last elections at Real Madrid that involved voting came back in 2006, following the departure of Florentino Perez, who had been in charge between July 2000 and February 2006. Those elections were won by Ramon Calderon, who resigned in January 2009.

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