1. The Constituency Electoral Commission shall immediately, after receiving the records of voting from all electoral wards, establish aggregated results of voting in the constituency and shall draw up in two copies the record of voting.
A record of aggregated results of voting in the constituency shall be immediately delivered by the Constituency Electoral Commission, in a sealed envelope, together with the records of all the Ward Electoral Commissions, to the National Electoral Commission. The provisions of Article 61, paragraph 1, Article 63, paragraphs 2 and 3, Article 64, and of Article 65, paragraph 2, shall apply accordingly.
3. The National Electoral Commission shall prescribe the procedure of delivery and acceptance of the records prepared by Constituency Electoral Commissions.
3a. the rules and method of delivery to the appropriate Constituency Electoral Commission of the records of the vote from Wards Electoral Commissions established abroad and on the board of Polish sea-ships shall be determined by the National Electoral Commission, after consultations with the minister in charge of foreign affairs and the minister in charge of marine economy respectively.
3b. If the appropriate Constituency Electoral Commission would not obtain the results of the vote in polling wards established abroad and on the board of Polish sea-ships within 24 hours following its conclusion referred to in Article 49, the voting in those wards shall be treated as null and void. Such fact shall be noted in the record of aggregate results, specifying such polling wards and probable reasons that made it impossible to get such records from the given wards.
4. Second copies of records of aggregated results of the vote and all other documents concerning elections shall be delivered by the chairmen of Ward and Constituency Commissions, to the heads of the commune (mayors or presidents of towns respectively) and to the heads of locally competent units of the National Electoral Office.
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