The chairman of the central electoral committee of the constituency, prints on electoral paper and with black ink the ballot papers for the election to the Chamber of Representatives.
The ballot papers for the Chamber of Representatives are printed on colored paper chosen by the King. The use of any other ballot paper is forbidden. The dimensions of the ballot paper are defined in a royal decree depending on the number of members to elect and the number of presented lists.
The evening before the election day, the chairman of the central electoral committee of the constituency sends the necessary ballot papers for the vote in a sealed envelope to every chairman of the electoral sections; the inscription on the outside of the envelop indicates the address of the recipient and the number of ballot papers it contains. This envelope is only unsealed and opened in the presence of the regularly constituted committee. The number of ballot papers is immediately verified and the result of the verification noted in the protocol.
The chairman of the central electoral committee of the constituency sends at the same time to each of the heads of the vote counting sites forms of the tables he had prepared compliant to the provisions in article 161 for the heads of the vote counting sites to fill them out after the tallying of the votes.