§ 1 If the vote is carried out within two days, after the first day of voting, the electoral commission shall:
1) seal the opening in the ballot boxes;
2) determined by way of protocol:
a) the number of unused ballot papers,
b) the number of people entitled to vote, the number of people included in the roll of voters,
c) the number of ballot papers issued – based on the signatures of people in the electoral roll.
§ 2 After completing the steps referred to in § 1, the electoral commission must place separately in sealed packages unused ballot papers and the roll of voters which, together with the ballot box remain on the premises of the polling station.
§ 3 After the vote on the first day and following the steps referred to in § 1 and 2, the electoral commission chairman closes the perimeter of the polling station and seals the entrance thereto with the official seal of the committee. The mayor provides security of the premises during the break in voting.
§ 4 The electoral commission prepares a protocol which provides the data referred to in § 1 item 2, and makes it public without delay, after the completion of the actions referred to in § 3, the provision of Article. 75 § 5 shall apply accordingly. The protocol must be displayed in the premises of the commission, in a place that is easily accessible for those interested. The template for the said protocol is established by the National Electoral Commission.
§ 5 Before the voting begins on the second day the election commission must by way of protocol check that the seals on the entrance to the premises of the committee, the ballot box, and packages with ballot papers and the roll of voters are intact and have not been tampered with.
§ 6 The minister responsible for internal affairs, after consultation with the State Commission for Elections, shall determine, by regulation, the detailed requirements for the protection of the premises during the break in the voting, including rules for the granting of police assistance mayor for the proper protection of these premises.
§ 7 The detailed way in which the electoral commission’s activities referred to in § 1-5, shall be carried out, shall be determined by resolution of the National Electoral Commission, providing principles of conduct of elections and protection of ballot boxes, packets and documents related to elections.
§ 8 The provisions of § 1-5 and 7 apply to the voting circuits established in Polish maritime vessels and abroad, except that:
1) to ensure protection of the premises referred to in § 3, respectively rests on the captain of the ship and Consul;
2) the minister responsible for maritime affairs, after consultation with the National Electoral Com-mission, shall determine, by regulation, the detailed requirements and responsibility of the captain of the Polish ship on the protection of the premises during a break in the voting, including the rules for granting assistance in order to properly protect these premises;
3) the minister responsible for foreign affairs, after consultation with the National Electoral Commission shall, by regulation, establish the detailed requirements and duties of the consul for the protection of the premises during a break in the voting, including aid rules in order to properly protect these premises.