62. Just as I was about to vote, an individual scattered everything, claiming that the ballot papers of their candidate were not available, resulting into a complete mess. Has any elector the right to behave in such manner?

No. In any case, the perpetrator of such disorder should know that: whoever through menacing gatherings, clamours or demonstrations, disrupts election operations or infringes the exercise of the right or freedom to vote; whoever, on polling day, is found guilty of insult or violence against the local polling commission or any of its members, or through assault or threats, delays or obstructs election operations; whoever through assault, violence or threats against an elector, either by making him fear to lose his job or expose himself, family or fortune to danger, influences his vote, is liable to the punishments laid down in Section 123-1 of the Penal Code.