The elector shall first state his name and surname, and prove his identity by producing either his ID or some other means of identification (passport, driver’s licence) with a photograph and a personal identification number or the number of ID in it.
The elector may not cast his vote without producing a proof of his identity.
After having confirmed the identity of the elector, the chairman or a member of the Polling Board shall circle the ordinal number before his name in the Extract from the Register of Electors, explain the voting procedure to him, and hand him over the ballot paper.
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