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In February, however, no less than five of six speakers proposed plans in which the consuls of the seven major guilds had a preponderant role, and this time a guild-based plan was accepted. It called for the election of the members of the Fourteen from each sesto (the city was at this time administratively subdivided into sixths) 4, Consulte, I :31. The successful proposal was made by Messer Bonaccorsc! Bellincionis, the other by Messer Lottieri dei Visdornini, both of whom appeared frequently (five and three times, respectively) in the recorded electoral debates between 1280 and 1283.
The most important new idea, and the one that dominated the debates through these months, was that the consuls of the guilds should in some way participate in the elections. In January 1282 the council considered and rejected a suggestion that the consuls of the seven major guilds, together with the Captain of the People and his judges, should conduct the electionY5 which was instead entrusted to the outgoing Fourteen. In February, however, no less than five of six speakers proposed plans in which the consuls of the seven major guilds had a preponderant role, and this time a guild-based plan was accepted.