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Service of Electoral Affairs

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The Service of Electoral Affairs is essentially active in electoral period. It takes charge of the general organization of the elections.

The Service of Electoral Affairs can inform the citizen about the following points:

  • The status of voter
  • Not receiving the electoral summons
  • The duplicate of the summons
  • The mandate
  • The documentary evidence of absence
  • The address of polling stations
  • The reduced mobility
  • The Belgians living abroad
  • The registrations of the non-Belgian citizens on electoral rolls

Open data

Practical information

Demography
Population service
Administrative centre
Boulevard Anspach 6
2nd floor
1000 Brussels [plan]

Tel. : 02 279 35 50
Telephone 2 : 0800 200 35

Opening hours : Monday from 8:30 am to 3 pm, Tuesday from 8:30 am till noon, Wednesday from 8:30 am to 3 pm, Thursday from 8:30 am to 6 pm, Friday from 8:30 am till noon (distribution of tickets takes place from 8:15 am)
Telephone hours : from Monday till Friday from 8:30 am till 4 pm
More information : Telephone number 0800 200 35 only in elections period.

Enter the city

Boulevard Jacqmain and Max in one-way direction

Since 9 December 2014, the Boulevard Emile Jacqmain and the Boulevard Adolphe Max are only accessible in one-way direction.

Boulevard Jacqmain and Max in one-way direction