Election notices being distributed
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The process of serving 7.8 million voters living in Hungary with a notice of the parliamentary election and referendum started this week, according to profitline.hu.
In its registered mail, the National Electoral Office notifies voters that they are on the list.
The 7.8 million voters will be informed that they are on the list by Feb. 11 at the latest.
If someone does not receive their notification, they can report it to the clerk (the head of the local election office), who will then issue a new notice. The notice only contains the name, birth name, date of birth, and address among the voter's personal data.
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