Voters shall vote in person at the polling station for which they are entered in the electoral resister.
Voters shall first give their full name and, if necessary, their address.
The chairman or a member of the electoral committee shall ascertain the identity of voters by their personal identification document or in any other way.Identity may be ascertained on the basis of any personal document that provides personal data on the voter.
Thereupon the chairman or a member of the electoral committee shall encircle the serial number before the name of the voter on the electoral register, and the voter shall put his signature in the appropriate box in the electoral register.The chairman or a member of the electoral committee shall check whether the voter has put his signature in the appropriate box, and hand him the ballot paper. The voter shall be handed a ballot paper even if he/she cannot or refuses to put his/her signature in the electoral register.Incapacity to sign, due to physical disability or some other reason, or refusal to sign, shall be indicated by the electoral committee in the electoral register.On request, the electoral committee president or member shall explain to the voter the technical aspects of voting.
If, by mistake, a voter is not entered in the electoral register, he may vote on the basis of a certificate issued by the competent body stating that he is registered as a voter in the area covered by the polling station at which he wishes to vote.This shall be entered in the records;the certificate shall be enclosed with the records.