"Accessible ballot papers and facilities should be available at the time of voting. Information about accessibility of voting procedures, ballots and facilities, through communications in easy-to-read and to understand formats, should be largely disseminated in advance, in order to encourage citizens to participate in political and public life."
DocumentCoE (Committee of Ministers): Recommendation CM/Rec(2011)14 of the Committee of Ministers to Member States on the Participation of Persons with Disabilities in Political and Public Life, para. 2.4
- Voting procedures, facilities, and materials should be appropriate, accessible, and easy to use for persons with disabilities.
- Measures should be taken to ensure that persons with disabilities have adequate access to civil and voter education.
- Ballots, including electronic ballots, should be understandable.