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The voting procedure for tomorrow

Submitted on Saturday, 4 July 2009No Comment
The voting procedure for tomorrow

The voting for national parliament tomorrow, July 5th, will be the first voting with two integral voting papers.

One of the voting papers is for the candidates of the proportional system, and the other is for the majority candidates. They will be given to the voter when he goes to his voting section.

The voter has to mark his vote in the so-called “dark room”. The voter can mark his preferences on both voting papers. This will elect more national representatives in his region.

However, if he wishes to abstain from voting in one of the voting papers, he can fold it without marking anything. This voting paper will be marked as invalid.

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