(1) The voting takes place in a closed room that fulfils the conditions for the individual, free and secret voting of the voters.
(2) The names of the inhabited places and parts of the inhabited places (streets and parts of streets) that are covered by the polling station are displayed in the room where the voting takes place.
(3) The room selected for voting is equipped with booths i.e. partitions or curtains so that it cannot be seen how the voter marks the ballot.
(4) Every polling booth must be equipped with a pen for the needs of the voters.
(5) Transparent ballot boxes made from a hard material are placed in the room for voting and those are transferred to the Election Boards sealed with a protocol.
(6) The rooms selected for voting must be administratively-technically equipped in order to be able to be locked and sealed.