1. The military and the servicemen of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and National Security enter the precinct center not in a marching line, unarmed. Access to the precinct centers with arms and ammunition is prohibited, with the exception of cases of endangering the normal course of the elections. In those cases the Chairman or the Vice-Chairman of the Precinct Electoral Commission permits the entry into the precinct center.
2. Apart from the members of Precinct Electoral Commission and the voters, candidates’ proxies, observers, representatives of mass media and members of superior electoral commissions can be present at the precinct center.
3. After having voted the voter shall promptly leave the precinct center.
4. In order to ensure the normal course of the voting the Chairman has the right to allow the voters to enter the voting room one by one. Not more than fifteen voters can be present in the voting room simultaneously.
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