(1) Voting shall be by secret ballot.
(2) Each voter shall be issued a complete set of ballot papers containing the lists of candidates nominated for the constituency and a ballot envelope bearing the stamp of the relevant polling station commission. The voter shall insert into this envelope the ballot paper containing the list of candidates for which he/she has chosen to vote. It is prohibited to issue any ballot paper separately.
(3) Inside the polling station, a member of the polling station commission, having checked that the person is an eligible voter and that his/her passport does not already contain a stamp about participation in the current Saeima elections, shall write the full name and ID number of the voter in the list of voters and shall stamp the voter’s passport indicating that he/she has participated in the current Saeima elections. The voter shall sign the list of voters confirming the receipt of a complete set of ballot papers containing the lists of candidates nominated for the constituency along with the ballot envelope.
(4) Members of the election commissions shall be prohibited from campaigning for or against any candidates or lists of candidates.
(As amended by the 26 March 1998 Law, the 30 May 2002 Law and the 9 March 2006 Law)