(1) The Commission must—
(a) appoint as many voting centres as the Commission considers necessary; and
(b) publicly advertise the location and time of operation of each voting centre, other than a mobile voting centre; and
S. 65(1)(c) amended by No. 2/2003 s. 26(8).
(c) in the case of a mobile voting centre, notify each registered political party and the candidates for the district or region in which the mobile voting centre will be located of the mobile voting centre's location and time of operation.
(2) The Commission may—
(a) designate appropriate voting centres as—
(i) early voting centres; and
(ii) mobile voting centres; and
(b) specify the class of elector that is entitled to vote at particular early voting centres or mobile voting centres.
(3) The Commission must, in exercising its powers under this section, ensure that electors are provided with an accessible service that facilitates the opportunity to vote.
(4) If how-to-vote cards relating to an election are supplied to the election manager, an election official at a mobile voting centre in relation to that election must—
(a) advise electors that how-to-vote cards have been supplied; and
(b) show electors how-to-vote cards if so requested.