Twenty-five years after South Africa’s first democratic elections, the country went to the polls to designate the 400 members of the 2019 National Assembly.
Would have the fate of Westeros been entirely different if they have had elections, and a fierce Commission to manage them since the beginning? Most probably so!
The lack of competition in the United States has resulted in insufficient innovation in the elections industry which has dampened voter confidence in election systems.
Since 2005 Estonia has been making headlines globally because of its successful i-voting system.
Technology revamps our democracies daily. It is transforming the way election commissions manage the voting cycle, as well as the stakeholders and voters’ experiences.
On March 8 we are joining the United Nations 2019 celebration of Women’s Day. This is a wonderful opportunity to invite everyone to “Think Equal, Build Smart, Innovate for Change.”