(1) Only one representative of any party, coalition and nomination committee which have registered candidates may be present in any given voting section on polling day.
(2) The total number of representatives of any party, coalition and nomination committee may not exceed the number of voting sections in the respective constituency (district).
(3) The total number of the representatives of any party, coalition or nomination committee abroad upon elections of National Representatives, President and Vice President of the Republic and of Members of the European Parliament for the Republic of Bulgaria may not exceed the number of voting sections abroad
(4) Each party, coalition or nomination committee shall prepare a list of the names, Standard Public Registry Personal Number, number and date of the authorisation of the persons who are authorised to represent the said party, coalition or committee on polling day. The said list shall be signed and delivered until polling day to the constituency elections commissions or, respectively, the municipal election commissions in the respective constituency (district) by the person representing the party or the persons representing the coalition or by persons expressly authorised thereby. The constituency election commissions or, respectively, the municipal election commissions shall publish the list on the Internet site thereof complying with the requirements of the Personal Data Protection Act.
(5) The representative of any party, coalition and nomination committee shall identify himself or herself by producing an authorisation issued by the person representing the respective party, coalition or nomination committee or by a person authorised thereby.
(6) The representatives of any parties, coalitions and nomination committees whose candidates contest a new election of President and Vice President of the Republic in the cases referred to in Article 93 (4) of the Constitution or, respectively, in a second round upon elections of mayor, may alternatively identify themselves by producing the authorisation issued for the first election or, respectively, the first round of voting. Between the two elections or, respectively, between the two rounds, the parties, coalitions and nomination committees contesting the elections may furthermore authorise new representatives.