1) How many ballots will be used in April 25, 2021 elections?

Only one ballot will be used to vote in these elections.

2) What does the ballot paper contain?

The ballot paper lists the names of electoral subjects (political parties, coalitions or independent candidates ) and in each row, along with the name of the electoral subject, the number of the candidate of that electoral subject is written, according to the order of the list submitted to the CEC.

3) How should the ballot be marked in order to be valid?

Inside the white box, next to the logo of the electoral subject (party/coalition) you should put the X, ose +. Any other sign might make the ballot paper invalid.

4) How should I vote in order for the vote to be valid?

There are three ways you can vote:

  1. You can vote only for the electoral subject (party/coalition) and for none of the candidates of that electoral subjects. In this case the  vote goes to the list of the candidates as a whole, according to the list submitted by the electoral subject.
  2. You can vote for the electoral subject and only one of the candidates of that subject. In this case the vote goes for the electoral subject and it is also a vote for the candidate of that subject;

You can vote only for one candidate (marking an X ose + only inside the box that corresponds to the number of favourite canddiate), without voting for the electoral subject to which this candidate belongs. In this case the vote goes both for the candidate  and the electoral subject to which the candidate belongs

5) Can I vote for one electoral subject and the candidate of another electoral subject?

 No, you cannot.

6) Can I vote for two electoral subjects?

No, you cannot.

7) Can I vote for two candidates of the same electoral subject?

No, you cannot.

8) Can I vote for two candidates of two different subjects?

No, you cannot.