A person may vote only if he is entitled to do so and provided:
(a) the chairperson of the electoral committee has established the person’s identity on the basis of a document as referred to in section 1 of the Compulsory Identification Act;
(b) he is in possession of the voting pass sent to him or issued to him pursuant to section J 8, or a voter’s pass or certificate of authorisation.
A person’s identity may also be established as referred to in subsection 1(a) by means of a copy of an official report of a missing identity document made under oath by an investigating officer of the police in the European part of the Netherlands or in Bonaire, St Eustatius and Saba, or of the police of Aruba, Curaçao or St Maarten, together with a document bearing the name and photograph of the person entitled to vote.
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