(1) Every voter appearing before the electoral authority shall provide his name, his address of residence, and a document or other official paper that proves his identity beyond doubt.
(2) Documents or other official papers to be accepted for confirmation of the identity are in particular: personal ID cards, passports and driving licences, and furthermore all official ID cards with a personal photograph.
(3) If the voter does not have a document or official paper of the kind described in al. 2, he shall be still admitted to casting the ballot, given that he is personally known to the majority of the members of the electoral authority and no objection according to § 71 al. 1 is raised. This incidence shall be expressly mentioned in the notes on the act of voting.
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