Any voter may apply to vote by proxy in national or municipal council elections if they are unable to get to the polling station on the day of the ballot.
Understanding the process
Any voter may apply to vote by proxy in national or municipal council elections if they are unable to get to the polling station on the day of the ballot
The proxy vote is valid for one election only. If necessary, it also applies to a second round vote. The proxy who will cast your vote must be registered on the electoral roll, and must have the right to vote.
No proxy may cast more than two proxy votes.
A form will be available to apply for a proxy vote in the next election.
The form will be available:
- By downloading it online
- Directly online for voters who have activated their digital identity
- Collect it from Monaco City Hall or from the Principality’s diplomatic and consular offices abroad
- A copy of both sides of your identity card or valid passport (the page featuring your photo and identifying information)
- A sworn statement (this should be completed on the reverse of the form or written out on plain paper or will need to be validated in the case of online applications)
The form, along with the relevant supporting documents, should be dropped off at the Town Hall or posted to the Town Hall General Secretariat by the Friday of the week before the date of the election at the latest.
Applications sent by email will not be accepted.