Voting at the polling session
No one who is listed on the electoral register may be prevented from casting a vote by the electoral commission, unless a voter has waived his or her right to vote in that particular polling ward and has cast it at another location.
[The electoral commission may not allow anyone who is not on the electoral register to cast a vote unless one of the following two conditions are met:
The voter produces a certificate signed by the president of a municipal government or by the administrator of a municipality stating that the voter waives his or her right to vote in the place where he or she is listed on the electoral register, provided that the electoral commission of the polling station where the voter intends to exercise the right to vote has received notification concerning which voters the municipal government has issued a certificate for.
[The electoral commission may not confirm certificates or applications for a waiver of the right to vote unless it can be proven, in a manner which the electoral commission considers valid, that the name of the voter is on another electoral register in another polling ward in the same constituency and that he or she has not exercised the right to vote there. A note shall be entered in the electoral register, where the name of the voter is found, stating where he or she exercises the right to vote, and this should be mentioned in the election log book. The waiver shall be entered in the election log book of the local electoral commission where the voter exercises the right to vote, and the certificate shall accompany, in the original, the election log book of the polling ward where it is presented and used, and all this shall be sent to the senior electoral commission.]1)
1)Act No. 15/2003, Article 9.