The Wikipedia article on Opus Dei, the somewhat controversial, conservative institution of the Roman Catholic Church, currently explains an aspect of the institution's leadership selection procedures as follows:
The women nominate their preferred candidates for the prelate and is voted upon by the men to become the next Prelate
Given the institution's (ultra-)conservative reputation this seems to be a somewhat remarkable arrangement. Can someone familiar enough with Latin please confirm that the cited document indeed spells out these terms?
And what is the general term for an (s)election procedure where two groups share power by one group pre-selecting a set of n out of m candidates and the other group then selecting 1 winner from that set?