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Article 68

(1) A voter shall firstly notify the polling boards of his name and hand over the voting notification, and then prove his/her identity by presenting the identification card or another document.

(2) A voter may not vote without presenting the proof of his identity. The chairperson or a member of the polling board shall, upon establishing the identity of the voter, circle the ordinal number under which the voter has been enlisted in the excerpt from the electoral roll, and explain the voting procedure.

(3) A voter shall affix his/her signature to the electoral roll and take the ballot paper.

(4) The right hand index finger of every voter who comes to cast a vote and takes the election material shall be marked by a special spray as a sign that he/she has already voted. Duration of the index finger mark shall be at least 24 hours.