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Article 48
 

(1) Voting takes place in the voting booth which only the voter is allowed to enter. On the ballot paper the voter enters a cross against the name of a party or the name of a candidate.


(2) A voter may have his or her ballot paper substituted if it has been incorrectly crossed off or become invalid through negligence. Substitution cannot take place once the ballot paper has been put in the ballot box.


(3) The vote cast, the voter shall fold the ballot paper so that no one can see how he has voted. Next the voter shall put the ballot paper in the ballot box under the supervision of an appointed elector.