—(1) In the case of a poll at an election not using a DRE voting system, the votes shall be given by ballot, and the ballot of each voter shall consist of a paper (referred to in this Act as a ballot paper).
(2) Every ballot paper shall contain —
a list of the candidates in English, described, subject to section 105, as in their respective nomination papers, and arranged alphabetically in English in the order of their surnames, and, if there are 2 or more candidates with the same surname, of their other names; and
the symbol allotted to each candidate.
(2A) Subsection (2) shall not apply to any election in any group representation constituency.
(3) In respect of any group representation constituency, every ballot paper shall contain —
the symbol allotted to each group.
(3A) Every ballot paper shall be in the appropriate Form 12 in the First Schedule and shall be capable of being folded.
(4) Each ballot paper shall have a number printed on the back and shall have attached a counterfoil with the same number printed on the face.
(5) The official mark for the authentication of ballot papers shall comprise a pattern, design, watermark or logo approved by the Returning Officer which shall be affixed, stamped, overprinted or marked (by writing or otherwise), or any combination thereof, on the ballot paper in a particular manner approved by the Returning Officer.