Parties represented in the Riksdag and campaign organizations promoting one of the alternatives “yes” or “no” and that are in receipt of state grants for their activities shall be entitled to order the required number of ballot papers from the Central Election Authority. The state shall bear the cost of the ballot papers, however only up to a number that in respect of each ordering body corresponds to twice the number of persons entitled to vote in the country. Each party and organization shall also on request receive vote envelopes, outer envelopes for proxy votes and envelopes for mail votes at no cost and to the extent the Central Election Authority deems necessary.
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