Polling booths not mandatory

For the election of the works council in France, voters must be able to cast their vote in private, but not necessarily in a polling booth.

In practice, privacy can be obtained in a polling booth, a room adjacent to the voting room or a partitioned part of the voting room.

Therefore, the election cannot be invalidated solely on the basis that polling booths were not made available to voters.

French Supreme court, 28 March 2018, n° 17-60278