Should the order at the polling station be disturbed, the Polling Board may interrupt the polling until order is restored. The reasons for and duration of interruption shall be entered in the Record on the work of the Polling Board.
The police on duty shall not be allowed to enter the polling station during polling.
Exceptionally to the provisions referred to in paragraph 2 of this Article, the Polling Board chairman, upon the prior consent of the Polling Board, may ask the police on duty to enter the polling station, only if order and peace are disturbed at the polling station.
If polling is interrupted for more than one hour, it shall be prolonged for the time of duration of the interruption.
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