Voting by post

Voting by post shall be provided for voters who due to their status of health or age are in health care (except out-patient), social care or guardianship institutions or are performing the mandatory military service and therefore are unable to arrive at a polling district to vote, or are performing the active military service, civil service or working under employment contracts in international military operations abroad, or are serving a sentence of arrest or imprisonment or are in arrest houses, remand prisons (detention facilities).

Postal voting shall be possible at post offices set specially for postal voting during their business hours. Voter needs to show voter card and passport or other document which will confirm voters identity.

In military units deployed abroad, postal voting shall be conducted in accordance with the procedure laid down by the Central Electoral Commission, on the recommendation of the Minister of National Defence.