Postal voting was introduced on 1st January 2005.
From that date all voters receive by mail the necessary documents to fulfil their civic duties by post. It is no longer necessary to make a special request for a postal vote.
There are two forms of postal voting:
- Either the voter sends his papers to the admnistration through the post.
- Or the voter hands in his papers directly at the Commune in a ballot box set aside for this purpose. Papers can be handed in every morning from Monday to Friday from 8h to 12h and on the Friday preceding the vote from 8h to 17h.
For your vote to be valid, the following points must be respected:
1. One person = one envelope.
Each voter must use their own official envelope.
2. Voting card
From 1st January 2005 the voting card is replaced by the forwarding sheet.
3. Forwarding sheet
This must be signed and enclosed in the voting envelope for the vote to count.
The envelope must reach the Administration no later than the Friday preceding the ballot. It should be posted at the latest on Tuesday for 2nd class mail «B» and on thursday for 1st class «A».
5. Correct postage
Voters are responsible for affiixing correct postage. Envelopes lacking stamps or with insufficient postage will be refused.
You may choose.
Postal voting is optional not obligatory.