Article 3 states:
(1) Citizens of the Kyrgyz Republic having reached 18 years of age shall have the right to elect, and upon reaching the age established by the Constitution and the present Code, to be elected to state and local administration bodies.
(2) Citizens of the Kyrgyz Republic shall have the right to elect and be elected regardless of their descent, sex, race, nationality, official and property status, or religion, as well as political and religious beliefs.
(3) Citizens, who were recognized by the court as legally incapable or who are being held in places of confinement, shall not have the right to elect and to be elected.
(4) Citizens shall not have the right to be elected to state and local administration bodies, whose previous convictions have not been expunged or served in accordance with law.
Article 3, section 3 states:
Citizens, who were recognized by the court as legally incapable or who are being held in places of confinement, shall not have the right to elect and to be elected.
Article 40, section 1 states:
...At the entrance to the polling station, one of the members of a precinct election commission with a decisive vote shall check with special equipment the presence of a mark (stamp) on the left thumb on each voter. A voter who does not have a mark (stamp) on his left thumb shall be admitted to the polling station for the receipt of a ballot paper and voting. In case a mark (stamp) is discovered on a voter’s left thumb, he shall not be admitted into the polling station. When issuing ballot papers a member of a precinct election commission with a decisive vote shall mark (stamp) voters’ left thumbs with special (invisible) ink.
In case a left thumb is absent, the marking shall be done as follows:
Article 42, section 1 states:
Voters who are included into electoral registers, but due to health conditions of disability are unable to arrive at a given precinct for voting, voters who are in hospitals, sanatoriums, recreation houses, pre-trial detention houses and temporary detention places, voters temporarily residing in distant and hard-to-access locations, at remote pastoral grazing areas, shall vote in the place of their stay provided that they permanently reside on the territory of an electoral district which includes places of their temporary stay. In exceptional cases, upon a decision of the respective election commission, the same provision shall apply to military servicemen being on the voting day on duty in military units located in remote distant areas. Precinct election commissions shall be obligated to provide such voters with an opportunity to vote outside the polling stations.