The voter serving military time, or on military exercises, i.e. fulfilling their military duty in units or institutions of the Yugoslav Army, shall vote in those units or institutions.
Based on the information from the body competent for the voters’ register regarding the voters cited in paragraph 1. hereabove the electoral commission shall be obliged to form and certify special excerpts from the voters’ register of these voters, and deliver them together with the necessary number of certified ballots, collective election lists, special and official envelopes to the military units and military institutions where the voters are located.
After the voter cited in paragraph 1. hereabove places his/her vote, he/she shall enclose the ballot in the special envelope, which shall be sealed with a stamp in wax before him/her. The sealed envelope containing the ballot shall then be placed in an official envelope that the body in charge of conducting the election in the military unit or military institution shall seal with a stamp in wax before him/her.
The body in charge of conducting the election in the military unit or military institution shall deliver the sealed official envelope to the electoral commission.
The Federal Electoral Commission shall determine more detailed regulations regarding the way of voting in military units and military institutions.
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