The Way of Voting:
(32nd Article of Law 3270, amended on 28 March 1986.)
The voter goes into the voting booth after receiving the joint ballot and the seal that says “yes”, in order to vote. The Supreme Board of Elections have the joint ballots and the seals prepared before dispatching them to the Polling Station Committees, the chairman of the Polling Station Committee has to keep this seal until the end of the voting process.
(the second paragraph of the 3rd Article of Law 5550, amended 12 October 2006.) The voter stamps “yes” seal in the special circle of his/her desired political party or of the independent candidate he/she desires to vote, folds the ballot and inserts it into the envelope in order to vote.
(14th Article of Law 4125, emended on 27 October 1995.) The voter folds the ballot after stamping the seal on the proper area, then inserts the ballot in the envelope before gluing the envelope, returns the seal that says “yes” to the chairman of the Polling Station Committee and inserts his/her vote in the ballot box.
(fourth paragraph of the 3rd Article of Law 5550, amended on 12 October 2006.) As such the voter is assumed to have voted to the political party or independent candidate that he/she has stamped the “yes” seal.
(Fifth and sixth paragraphs of the 14th Article of Law 4125 are abolished on 27 October 1995.)