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Question: How to check my entries in the voter’s list?

Answer:
You can check your entries in the voters’ list by searching on the official website of the Central Election Commission of the Republic of Azerbaijan or calling the CEC hotline # 115, also byappealing to the relevant Constituency Election Commission within the territory where you live 35 days prior to the voting day. Meanwhile, you can also check your entries in the voters’ lists on the billboards located within the territory of the relevant polling station 35 days prior to the voting day.

Question: How to know the address of the polling station where to vote?

Answer:
The address of the polling station where to vote is indicated in the notifications delivered to voters. You can also know the address of the polling station byappealing to the relevant Constituency Election Commission within the territory where you live, by searching on the official website of the Central Election Commission of the Republic of Azerbaijan or also by calling the CEC hotline # 115.

Question: How to vote in the case of impossibility to visit the polling station on E-Day due to health or other valid reasons?

Answer:
Pursuant to Article 105 of the Election Code of the Republic of Azerbaijan, the citizens unable to visit the polling station on E-Day due to health or other valid reasons are entitled to vote with a mobile ballot boxoutside the voting booth. A person intending to vote outside the voting booth shall appeal in written or virtual form themselves or by another person to the relevant Precinct Election Commission at least 24 hours to the E-Day. On E-Day at least 2 PEC members shall carry the mobile ballot box with the participation of observers, thus ensuring the right to participate in the voting.

Question: Is it obligatory to mark a voter’s thumb with an invisible ink?

Answer:
The Election Code of the Republic of Azerbaijan requires marking a voter’s thumb with an invisible ink. So that, pursuant to Article 104.6 of the Election Code, a part of a nail and skin of a voter’s thumb shall be marked with an invisible ink before the voter is issued a ballot paper. The voter denying marking his thumb shall not be issued a ballot paper and is required to leave the polling station. And the relevant note "denied marking” is indicated in the voters’ list.