Our interlocutor is in Brussels from the District Electoral Commission of Eastern Poland no. 28 to vote. He registered in the electoral roll on October 4.
They refused to allow Polish women to vote
– I was denied permission to vote even though my name and identity card number were in the electoral roll here. But still I already had a signature next to my name, signed before I got here – She insists she didn’t sign anything.
The report he received from the Electoral Commission shows that the Polish woman actually refused to hand over the ballot card because the “signature was not legible” and the woman insisted it was not hers. – they said The committee members have changed so they cannot prove that I am here for the first time – He explained in an interview with Onet.
“I was denied my basic right”
The woman added that she was not allowed to photograph another person’s signature. — When I asked to photograph the illegible handwriting, they told me to leave the premises or they would call the police. I did not submit, and then they gave me this certificate, said the Polish woman, confirming the refusal to issue ballot papers.
– Unfortunately, I could not vote and fulfill my duty and civil right. It was a very sad thing for me and my children, and I wanted to show how Polish democracy works, he emphasized. — I believe that in this situation they can solve it in a different, logical way. It was done in a very unprofessional manner. Onet’s interlocutor concluded that I had been denied the basic right to vote.
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