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Electronic voting allows voters to vote without going to the polling station. E-voting will be open 24 hours a day from 27 February from 9 a.m. to 20 p.m. on 4 March 2023.

Voting by electronic means will not be possible on polling day, 5 March. Voters who have voted electronically will have the right to change their vote by casting a ballot paper at the polling station in their constituency on election day.

To e-vote, you need an ID card or mobile ID and a computer. It is not possible to e-vote using a smart device.

To start e-voting, you must go to the election web portal. A voter app will be published there shortly before the start of e-voting, with the information and references needed to e-vote.

Last modified 23.01.2023