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date: 31 October 2020

Exclusion, Right of (Lat. Ius Exclusionis or Ius Exclusivae). 

Source:
The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church
Author(s):
F. L. CrossF. L. Cross, E. A. LivingstoneE. A. Livingstone

The right formerly claimed by the heads of certain Catholic states to name a particular candidate whom they desired to exclude from being elected Pope. The claim goes back to the 16th cent., and the last occasion on which it was exercised was by the Austrians in ... ...

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