Correct ingesantiate the European election register of voters

If the electoral roll for the European elections contains incorrect information or is incomplete, you can have this corrected. Within the period of access to the electoral register from the 20th to the 16th day before the election, a correction is possible by an objection to the municipal authority in due form and time. An appeal may be lodged against the decision of the municipal authority within two days of notification of the decision. If the electoral register is manifestly incorrect or incomplete, the municipal authority may also rectify the deficiency of its own motion. The electoral roll must be completed by the municipal authority no later than the day before the election, but not earlier than the third day before the election.

You need proof of proof that proves the need for correction in the electoral register or, in the absence of an entry, proof of eligibility to vote.


None, but opposition to the electoral roll.

Preconditions
If the electoral register is incorrect or incomplete, the electoral register will be corrected.
You can have the electoral register for the European elections corrected as follows: If you find that it is inaccurate or incomplete when you look at the electoral roll, you can appeal to the local authority to correct the electoral roll. You must file an objection in writing or to the local authority for a written copy, no later than the end of the opposition period (16 thin day before the election). Insofar as the alleged facts are not obvious, you must provide the necessary evidence. If the electoral register is inaccurate or incomplete, the municipal authority shall correct the electoral register. In case of subsequent entry in the electoral register, you will receive an election notification. If the electoral roll is correct and complete, a negative decision will be issued. The municipal authority must deliver its decision no later than the 10 days before the election and draw attention to the admissible remedy. An appeal may be lodged against the decision of the municipal authority within two days of notification.