Polls in Penal Institutions
1. Voters who serve arrest or imprisonment sentence shall be entitled to vote in an institution they serve a sentence.
2. A constituency electoral committee shall, not later than 15 days prior to an election day and upon the recommendation of the heads of penal institutions, draw up a list of special post offices and, upon the recommendation of the head of the post office, set such working hours of the post offices that the days of voting in them would be in compliance with paragraph 1 of Article 67 of this Law.
3. The heads of penal institutions shall draw up a list of voters voting in a special post office. The following must be indicated in such a list: voter’s name and surname, personal number, constituency (name and number), whether or not a voter has a poll card. The head of a penal institution shall transfer a list of voters voting in a special post office to a constituency electoral committee, receive poll cards from it or print them according to the date received via electronic means of communication and ensure the delivery of the cards to voters before voting, allot the premises suitable for voting, and be responsible that the voters would be notified about the working place and time of a special post office, and that the conditions would be created for voters to reach it.
4. The provisions of Article 67 of this Law shall apply to voting in penal institutions.
5. The provisions of this Article and Article 67 of this Law shall apply to voting in arrest houses, remand prisons (detention facilities).
6. It shall be prohibited to exert influence on self-determination of a voter voting in an arrest house, remand prison (detention facilities) or penal institution, or to rush him to vote.