"No unauthorised person, including members of the security forces, agents or observers, should interfere in the conduct of polling or the exercise of the elector's right to vote."
DocumentEU: Handbook for European Union Election Observation, Second Edition, pp. 75-76
- Voters have a right to security provided by police and security forces in polling stations, but without interference from them.
- Voters are free to vote for any candidate for election, for or against any referendum or proposal, for or against the government, without undue influence or coercion of any kind which may distort or inhibit free expression.