An adequate voter education process is necessary to ensure the electorate is able to utilize their rights.
- People must know their rights to use them; hence sufficient civic and voter education is a prerequisite for the facts of universality and equality.
- After being issued a ballot paper, voters usually are directed to a vacant voting booth in order to mark the ballot. Naturally, it is quite helpful if voters are familiarised with voting procedures. Voter education programmes and clear voting instructions in the polling stations are necessary, particularly if ballot structures and voting systems are complicated.