Voting outside the district of permanent residence – “OMNIA”

Such polling stations can be used by:

a) Voters who on polling day will be away from the district where they are registered as permanent residents

Local electoral commissions will determine the OMNIA polling station where voters from another place can vote (e.g. a voter from Maribor wishes to vote in Ljubljana).
Voters who will be away from their location of permanent residence on polling day and who wish to vote at a polling station outside their district of permanent residence, must communicate their intention to the local electoral commission.

Voters can give notice of their intention on the form
published on the website www.dvk-rs.si. Notice can be sent:

  • by post to the address of the local electoral commission;
  • by fax to the number of the local electoral commission;
  • by e-mail (signed and scanned) to the e-mail address of the local electoral commission.

Voters must send such notice no later than three days before polling day.
The deadline for giving notice is preclusive, meaning the deadline refers to when the notice must arrive. Notices received late will be rejected as submitted too late.

Voters who have notified the local electoral commission that they wish to vote at a polling station outside the area of their own local electoral commission (at an OMNIA polling station), should present themselves between 7 am and 7 pm on polling day at the special polling station in the location they have chosen.
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.
 
b) Slovenian citizens who do not have permanent residence in Slovenia (emigrated Slovenians) and who wish to vote on polling day at a polling station in Slovenia.