According to the AfricanUnion Election Observation Mission to the Equatorial Guinea 2013 legislativeelections findings, voters used ballots and only voted on presentation of a voter’scard. After voting, the voters placed the votes in a booth that had beendesignated for the voting process.
A press release by eturbonews also gives the voting procedure during the 2011 referendum; There werestands in every town with a printed list of names. When people arrived at thestand, they showed their documentation to poll workers, who found their name onthe voter list and handed a ballot to the voter. The people voted in a privatebooth and then folded their ballot and placed it in a clear box in front of thetable attendant. To conclude the voting process, each individual placed his orher fingerprint on a voting receipt in order to prevent anyone from votingtwice.