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Elections take place this autumn for the assemblies at both the Prague city hall (magistrát) and the town hall of your local Prague district (radnice). In order to vote, you must be a citizen of an EU country, have either temporary or permanent residence in Prague, and apply to your local town hall to be put on the voters’ register.  

You should fill in and sign the attached form and take it to the registry (podatelna) of the town hall of the Prague muncipality where you are resident (Prague 7 etc.), or send it by post. The form is also available at the town hall from the Odbor správních agend department – this department will also help you if you have any queries. It is usually open on Mondays and Wednesdays.

The deadline for registration is 2 days before the elections, i.e. by 16:00 on 3rd October.

The elections will take place on Friday, 5 October 2018, 14:00 – 22:00 and Saturday, 6 October 2018, 8:00 – 14:00.

Prior to the elections, each Prague district publishes on its website a list of polling stations (volební místnosti) and a map/street list for each polling station. The list of streets is also displayed on the door of each polling station during the elections.

You need to take your ID and temporary or permanent residence permit with you to the polling station. In the polling station you will receive two ballot papers and envelopes, one for the Prague-wide elections and one for your local city district elections.The ballot papers take the form of one large sheet with all the candidate lists on it.

While there are boxes next to the names of all the candidates, it is simplest just to put an X in the large box next to the name of the party/movement for which you wish to vote. There is then no need to put any further crosses next to candidates’ names.

After marking your vote, put the ballot papers in the envelope provided and put them in the relevant ballot box. Congratulations!

Kejhová Olga
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