(1) Upon request of such a qualified voter who will not be able to vote in the plebiscite precinct where he/she is recorded in the plebiscite list the Municipality shall issue a voter card and delete the voter from the this plebiscite list adding a note the voter card was issued to this voter.
(2) The voter card shall authorize for a record to the plebiscite list in any plebiscite precinct; the record shall be effective only during the plebiscite.
(3) In cells of police detention, in custodial facilities or places for serving summary punishment, and in facilities for serving infamous punishment where no special plebiscite precinct has been established, the precinct plebiscite commission within whose territory such a facility is located and in cooperation with the Head of the respective facility shall provide the qualified voters with a chance to vote by means of a voter card. In this case the size of the plebiscite precinct does not have to be observed. If a qualified voter is brought in and it is possible, the respective unit of the Police Force or Military Police shall enable such a voter to exercise his/her right to vote.
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