Shareholders with voting rights may exercise it by postal mail on every item on the agenda. The ballot paper must display a signature identical to that of their identification document and must be sent to the Chairman of the Board of the General Shareholders Meeting, in accordance with the deadlines that have been previously announced, and sent by registered mail with acknowledgement of receipt to Galp’s headquarters.
The ballot paper must be accompanied by a legible photocopy of the shareholder’s identity card or, in the case of a shareholder that is a legal person, it must be signed by whoever legally represents it, with the signature notarised in such a capacity.
The sending of that bulletin does not exempt the shareholder from sending, in writing, his/her intention to participate in the General Shareholders Meeting, within the due deadline published for that effect, and until the end of the day of the fifth trading day prior to the date of the General Shareholders Meeting, a statement issued by the broker the service of registering the shares has been assigned to.
- Only the explanations of vote that expressly and unequivocally state the below shall be deemed valid: Stating the agenda item or items it is about.
- The specific proposal it is intended for.
- Expressing the vote for each proposal in an accurate and unconditional manner.
- The votes cast by post shall be counted as negative votes in what concerns the proposals for resolutions that were submitted after the date on which those same votes were cast.
The counting of votes cast by post shall be performed by the Board of the General Shareholders Meeting, by adding them to the votes cast in the Meeting.