1. On the election day before the commencement of voting, chairman of a polling station election commission shall check and seal or stamp the ballot boxes in the presence of commission members, authorized persons of local branches of political parties (blocs), of public organizations, candidates, their authorized persons, observers who remain at the polling station at this time.
2. The election ballots shall be handed out to voters by members of polling station election commission on the grounds of the voter list of the polling station after a voter presents a passport or another document certifying his/her identity. A voter shall sign in the voter list to confirm the reception of election ballot (ballots).
3. The quantity and content of election ballots, which a voter receives, depends on the peculiarities of local elections determined based on Articles 2, 3, 4 of this Law.
4. In the event when certain voters cannot, due to health condition or for other valid reasons, arrive at the premises for voting, the polling station election commission shall upon their written application charge at least two commission members to organize voting in the places of these voters’ location. With that, an extract from the list of voters shall be made on the eve of voting in the form of a list which shall be handed by the chairman of polling station election commission to the appropriate commission members along with the necessary number of election ballots, and with the sealed or stamped ballot box.
5. When voting in the place of the voter’s location, he/she shall sign, to confirm the reception of election ballot (ballots), in the extract from the voter list, and vote adhering the requirements of this Law.
6. After the conduct of voting in the place of voter’s location, an appropriate mark shall be made on the voter list. An extract from the voter list shall be attached to the voter list.
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