A female or male citizen (hereinafter: "a citizen") of the Republic of Slovenia who has the right to vote and to be elected a deputy of the National Assembly, shall have the right to vote and to be elected a MEP.
Subject to the conditions from the previous paragraph, also a citizen of another EU Member State whose permanent residence is in the Republic of Slovenia shall have the right to vote and to be elected a MEP, provided that he/she has not been deprived of the voting right and provided that he/she is registered in the voting rights register.
On the same elections to the European Parliament, a female or male voter (hereinafter: "a voter") may only vote once and may only stand as a candidate in the elections on one list of candidates.
A citizen of the Republic of Slovenia who does not have a permanent residence in the Republic of Slovenia and who exercises the voting right for the elections of MEPs in another country, may not exercise the voting right for the elections of MEPs from the Republic of Slovenia.
The voting rights register and the composition of electoral rolls shall be regulated by law.