1. The elections to the National Assembly by the proportional and majoritarian systems are held with separate ballots.
2. A ballot for the elections to the National Assembly by proportional system contains the names of parties (party alliances) in alphabetical order, as well as the last names, first names, patronymics of the first three candidates on the list.
3. Ballots for the elections to the National Assembly by proportional system are printed by the order of the Central Electoral Commission. The Central Electoral Commission, through Territorial Electoral Commissions allocates the ballots to Precinct Electoral Commissions on the day prior to the day of voting. The ballots shall be of the same color.
4. A ballot for the elections to the National Assembly by the majoritarian system contains the last names and the first names, patronymics of the candidates in alphabetical order, according to the last name, and the names of the nominating parties and in the event of civil initiative – the words "Civil initiative".
5. Ballots for the elections to the National Assembly by majoritarian system are printed by the order of the Territorial Electoral Commission. The Territorial Electoral Commission allocates the ballots to Precinct Electoral Commissions on the day prior to the day of voting.
6. Ballots shall be of the same color, and differ from the color of the ballots mentioned in point two of this Article.
7. The number of ballots allocated shall be 5 percent more, than the number of voters on the precinct voter lists.
(Amend. of July 31, 2002 LA-406-P).Unofficial publication 40
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