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Disabled people can vote in mobile urns

Submitted on Wednesday, 20 May 2009No Comment
Disabled people can vote in mobile urns

People with disabilities that surpass the 50% barrier can vote in the so-called mobile urns in the elections for the 41st National assembly.

One of the conditions of the section committee is to receive at least ten applications from people with permanent disabilities.

To vote from their homes, these people have to send in an application over the mail, fax or e-mail as late as June 20th to their municipality administration, attaching a copy of documents that verify their disabilities.

Two members of the section committee from different parties will go to the home of the person with disabilities on the day of the elections, giving him the opportunity to vote.

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