The election workers check each voting card and make sure the picture in the card resembles the holder of the card, they also make sure the voter is from same province and then they put a special ink on the index finger of the right hand of the voter. The ink will not fade for several days. This is to ensure no one votes more than once even if they have more than one card. After that, the worker writes down the number of card, punches a hole in it and returns it to the voter so he/she can use it for the parliamentary elections.
The voter is given two ballot papers, one for presidential election and the other for provincial council members which he/she takes to a voting booth. This is a private place and no one will be there when the voter marks the ballot papers. No one will know who you voted.