Military personnel should vote at their place of registered permanent residence whenever possible. The OSCE/ODIHR and Venice Commission recommend applying the rule of Article 107 (2) to all elections for military personnel. Conscripts could vote at the nearest civilian polling station for national elections if they cannot go to their place of permanent residence. In that case, they should be given a sufficient leave (6-8 hours) to be able to go and vote. Their names could be inserted in the voter lists of the polling station to which they are assigned, not as a block of names but respecting the alphabetical order.
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