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European Parliament Elections Polling Stations Near Václav Havel Airport Prague

7.05.2019
Company: Letiště Praha, a. s.

Is it your plan to cast your vote for the European Parliament, but already know that during the elections, i.e. on Friday 24 May or Saturday 25 May 2019, you will be at Václav Havel Airport Prague? With a valid voter card, you can conveniently vote outside your constituency.

The nearest polling station to the airport will be located in the building of the Secondary School of Civil Aviation, Prague 6 - Ruzyně, K letišti 278/4a; the seat of the election district commission for the Prague 6 district No. 6068.

To exercise your right to vote, it is necessary to have a valid ID on your person (an identity card, a travel or diplomatic passport). You will also be required to show a valid voter card, which you can apply for at your permanent residence district office.

Other polling stations close to Václav Havel Airport Prague we can recommend are as follows: the Elementary School in Prague 6 - Vokovice (Vokovická 32) or the Dědina Elementary School in Prague 6 - Liboc (Žukovského 580/6).

All polling stations will be open from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Friday, and from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday. Every Czech Republic citizen or a citizen of another EU Member State registered for at least 45 days to reside in the Czech Republic, provided they turn 18 by or on May 25 2019, can exercise their right to vote in these elections.

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