75. It may follow from the context of Articles 41 (7) and 45 (referred to in Article 47) that special voting is conducted at military locations and places of detention by special electoral boards, or at the nearest regular polling station of the permanent residency – which is considered preferable if circumstances permit. Nevertheless, previous practice taken into account, it would have been advisable to state that explicitly. There are no norms in the Code as to what constituencies special voters would vote in – e.g., in which parliamentary district or municipality.
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