(1) The voters vote one at a time.
(2) When the voter approaches to vote, the electoral board checks whether the voter is at the adequate polling station and, with a ultraviolet lamp, checks whether there is an inerasable mark on the nail and the thumb on the right hand.
(3) When the voter approaches to vote, the Election Board checks his/her personal identity.
(4) The voter shall prove his/her personal identity with an identity card or a passport.
(5) Having verified the voter’s identity, the Election Board circles the ordinal number of the voter in the excerpt of the Voters List and the voter puts his/her signature there. If the voter is illiterate, then the voter shall affix his/her fingerprint of the right thumb. If the voter does not have a right thumb, then the voter shall affix the fingerprint of the left thumb. If he/she does not have a left thumb as well, then no fingerprint shall be affixed.
(6) After the identification, the voter receives a ballot, and the thumb on the right hand, i.e. the thumb on the left hand, if the voter has no thumb on the right hand, shall be marked with spray, while paying attention that the spray touches upon the nail of the thumb. If the voter has no thumb on both hands, the marking shall not be done.