Step 1 – Registration
- Present your ID document (Passport, Form N 9 and in case of military officers military certificate) at Registration desk,
- After your name is found in the voter list and your data is registered you should sign next to them:
- If you’re a conscript soldier you’re not eligible to vote,
- The registering person should also sign next to your signature,
- If you are not able to sign by yourself, you can apply for other citizen’s help, with the exception of electoral commission members and proxies.
Step 2 – Receiving ballots and voting envelopes
- Receive one ballot and one voting envelope
- On the ballots should not be any marks other than the three signatures of the commission’s members on the backside.
Step 3 – In the voting booth
- Your vote is valid only if you put this mark [V]
- Make only one mark [V] on the ballot,
- If you think you’ve marked the ballot incorrectly, apply to the chairman of the commission to get a new ballot,
- Fold the ballot after marking [V] on the ballot,
- Put the ballot into voting envelope.
If you can’t mark the ballot by yourself, inform the chairman of the commission and then invite another person, who is not a candidate‘s proxy
Step 4 – By the ballot box
- Here voting envelope will get stamped,
- Put voting envelope into the ballot box, when the person responsible for the ballot box will open the slots of the ballot box,
- Leave the precinct center as soon as you deposit the envelope in the ballot box.