Des bureaux de votes inhabituels pour l'élection du 7 mai 2015 au Royaume-Uni
>> A casual glance down the list of polling stations for [this] month's general election reads like this: "Parish hall, village hall, village hall, village hall, community centre, parish hall". But every so often they throw up a peculiarity. Here are just a few of them.
-oOo->> Each of the UK's 50,000 or so polling stations has been carefully selected according to a strict set of rules.Theyaccessible, identifiable and provide that all-important privacy for voters.They should also be the right size to meet the needs of the local electorate and allow a queue of people to "flow" through.That's pretty much where the law ends and the imagination begins.So where would you be least likely to find a polling station? A football stadium? A launderette? A school bus?Actually, all three will be clearing houses for ballot papers when England goes to the polls on 7 May.
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