Conditional votes are not counted at the polling station. They are placed in bags, which are sealed with security seals, and are sent to the Count and Results Center.
At the CRC, first conditional voter data is entered in the database to check whether they are in the general voter list and whether they have voted in any regular polling station or through mobile teams. When it is confirmed that the conditional vote is in order, conditional votes will be collected in batches. Later, the counting team removes information envelopes and only a batch of unmarked envelopes remains. In this way, the CEC ensures the secrecy of voters who have voted on condition.