Electoral committees directly conduct elections of voters on polling stations and ensure regularity and secrecy of voting.
An Electoral Committee shall consist of a president and four members, and deputy members.
Two members and a deputy shall be appointed by the majority political party or coalition, and two members and deputies by the parties of the opposition or coalition consistent to the party structure of the Parliament.
Political parties must appoint members of particular Electors Committees and deliver their names to the responsible Election Commissions not later than 8 days before the elections day.
If they fail to do so, the Election Commissions will appoint members of Electors Committees by themselves.
The president of the Electors Committee and his deputy must not be members of any political party, and shall possibly be lawyers.
Electors Committees for all the polling stations consistent to provisions of the Paragraphs 3 and 4 of this Article shall be appointed by the Election Commissions in charge according to the provisions of this Act, not later than five days before the election day.
The Implementation of Elections