2014 could be the year in which Bolivia joins the group of countries that automate their elections.

President of the Supreme Electoral Tribunal (SET), Vilma Velasco, says that, if the system currently under consideration receives positive reviews, electronic voting could be implemented for next year’s general elections.

Velasco made this statement while presenting “Consolidation and Projection of the Intercultural and Registered Democratic Culture”, a project establishing the SET’s guidelines for the 2013-2017 period.

It seeks, among other things, to guarantee that all Bolivian citizens living outside the country can exercise their democratic right to vote.


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