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(1) The judges can be present in the voting room during the entire election period.

(2) The electoral committee takes precautions so that the voter marks the ballot in the voting room without being observed and places it in the voting envelope. A ballot box must be used to receive the envelopes. Before voting begins, the electoral board must determine that the ballot box is empty and lock it. It must be set up so that the envelopes cannot be removed without opening the urn.

(3) As long as the voting room is open for voting, at least two members of the electoral board must be present in the voting room.

(4) Ballot papers and envelopes are given to the voter by the electoral committee in the voting room. Before putting the voting envelope in the ballot box, a member of the electoral board determines whether the voter is entered in the electoral roll. Participation in the election must be noted in the electoral roll.

(5) If the voting is interrupted or if the election result is not determined immediately after the voting has been completed, the electoral board must lock and store the ballot box for the meantime in such a way that it is impossible to insert or remove ballot papers without damaging the lock. When the election is reopened or when the ballot paper is removed to count the votes, the electoral committee must ensure that the lock is intact.

(6) After the electoral period has expired, only those eligible voters may vote who are in the voting room at this point in time. The electoral board then declares the electoral act to be over.