Should the voter not be capable of voting at the polling station (disabled or hindered person) he/she shall inform the polling board whether he/she desires to vote. The polling board shall, through its members, enable such a person to vote in such a manner that shall protect the directness and secrecy of voting.
Upon being informed of the inability of the voter to vote at the polling station, the polling board shall through its members deliver to the voter in an official envelope a certified ballot, collective electoral list, a special envelope for the filled ballot and certificate of suffrage.
After the voter cited in par. 1 hereabove votes, he/she shall enclose the ballot in the special envelope, which the member of the polling board shall seal with a stamp in wax before him/her. The sealed envelope containing the ballot, and suffrage certificate shall be placed in an official envelope which the member of the polling board shall seal with a stamp in wax before him/her.
The member of the polling board shall hand over the official envelope to the polling board, the polling board shall open the official envelope, confirm that the suffrage certificate is included, circle the voter’s index number in the excerpt from the voters’ register, and place the sealed envelope containing the ballot in the ballot box.
The way of voting cited in paragraph 1. hereabove shall be noted in the minutes.
The Federal Electoral Commission shall determine more detailed regulations regarding the way of voting cited in paragraph 1. hereabove.
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