General voting

Voters on the electoral register usually vote at the polling station where they have their permanent residence. Local electoral commissions will send voters notifications about the number and location of the polling station, and about the serial number for their entry in the electoral register. The notification is for information only and voters are not required to bring it to the polling station. Voters who have not received a notification should go to the polling station where their family members vote, or the polling station that is closest to their place of residence.


We should point out that these notifications are sent to the place of permanent residence and not to any place of temporary residence.


The chairperson or a member of the election committee will determine the voter’s identity using any personal identification document that shows the voter’s personal data.