Manner of voting

29.-(1) Each elector entitled to vote shall have one vote.

(2) There shall be delivered by the presiding officer, or any person acting under his authority, to each elector entitled and permitted to vote at a polling station one ballot paper relating to each candidate who is nominated for election as President or Vice-President, as the case may be. Such ballot papers shall be fastened together in booklet form so that they cannot readily be separated.

(3) Immediately before such ballot papers are delivered to the elector the cover of the booklet thereof shall be stamped, or perforated with the official mark of, or initialled by, the presiding officer; and the number, name and description of the elector, as stated in the Register, shall be called out and a mark shall be placed in the extract of the Register against the name of the elector to denote that he has received the booklet of ballot papers the cover of which has been duly stamped, perforated or initialled.

(4) The elector, on receiving the booklet of ballot papers as aforesaid, shall forthwith proceed to such place in the polling station as may be indicated by the presiding officer, or any person acting under his authority, and shall there secretly mark with the symbol "X" in ink the ballot paper in the booklet which relates to the candidate for whom he wishes to vote and then shall place the booklet containing all the ballot papers in the ballot box.

(5) The presiding officer or any person authorized by him may ask any elector if such elector understands the method of voting in accordance with this Law and may, if he thinks fit, on the application of any elector, explain to the elector in the presence of the polling agents of the candidates, if present, the method of voting in accordance with this Law; but in so doing he shall carefully abstain from any action which might be construed by the elector as advice or a direction to vote for any particular candidate.

(6) Εκλογέας ο οποίος λόγω τυφλότητας ή άλλης ανικανότητας δεν μπορεί να ψηφίσει μόνος του μπορεί να ζητήσει από τον προεδρεύοντα της εκλογής, στην παρουσία ενός από τους βοηθούς του, ή από οποιοδήποτε άλλο πρόσωπο της απόλυτης εμπιστοσύνης του να τον βοηθήσουν στην άσκηση του εκλογικού του δικαιώματος σύμφωνα με την επιθυμία που εξεφρασε.

(7) The presiding officer may at any time while a poll is proceeding take such steps as may be necessary to ensure that no elector delays unduly in any place reserved for the marking of ballot papers.

(8) During the taking of the poll, the presiding officer shall cause to be exhibited outside his polling station a notice in Greek, if the polling station is for Greek electors, and in Turkish, if the polling station is for Turkish electors, substantially in the form set out in the Second Schedule to this Law, giving directions for the quidance of electors in voting.