A voter unable to vote in accordance with this Act as a result of a physical disability or illiteracy may be accompanied at the polling station by another person who can read and who shall encircle the number as instructed by the voter.
A voter unable to appear at a polling station in person as a result of a serious illness, physical impairment or as a result of being infirm shall inform the voters' committee thereof at least three days before election day or the voters' committee on election day.
The competent electoral commissions shall submit the requests received from voters to vote outside the polling station to the competent voters' committees along with all of the electoral material.
The chairperson of the voters' committee shall designate at least two members of the voters' committee who shall visit the voter referred to in paragraph 2 of this Article and enable him/her to cast a ballot.
The voter referred to in paragraph 2 of this Article shall fold the ballot on which he/she cast his/her vote at least once, place it into a special envelope, and close it. A member of the voters' committee shall hand over the envelope to the chairperson of the voters' committee on return to the polling station.
The chairperson of the voters' committee shall promptly place the folded ballot from the envelope into the ballot box at the polling station.
With respect to the realisation of the right to vote of voters who appear at the polling station, but who do not have access to the polling station, because of their physical disability or for some other reason, the provisions of paragraphs 4, 5 and 6 of this Article shall apply.
Voting performed as stipulated in paragraphs 1 and 2 of this Article shall be recorded specifically in the minutes of the voters' committee.
With Article 41 of the Act on Amendments to the Act on the Elections of Representatives to the Croatian Parliament (Official Gazette 19/15), which entered into force on 25 February 2015, Article 83 was amended.