Voters can not be called up to military exercises on the day of voting.
They can vote by mail voters who are in custody, prison to serve the sentence in a hospital or a social care institution for institutional care if you report this to the district electoral commission no later than ten days before the voting day. In the same way, they can also vote with disabilities to communicate this to the district electoral commission within the previous sentence and submit to the decision of the competent authority on the recognition of disability status.
People with disabilities can vote by mail as permanent if they notify the National Election Commission and submit to the decision of the competent authority on the recognition of disability status. This message is valid until revoked. The first message on permanent vote by mail must provide a disabled person within the period specified in the preceding paragraph.