Mohammad Hossein Moqimi, Chief of elections for Iran’s Interior Ministry has recently informed that the Guardian Council will soon announce its conclusions on a e-voting software which would allow the implementation of electronic voting throughout the country.

The Interior Ministry elections headquarters chief, Mohammad Hossein Moqimi, has informed that the Guardian Council will soon announce the evaluation of the e-voting software.
The Interior Ministry elections headquarters chief, Mohammad Hossein Moqimi, has informed that the Guardian Council will soon announce the evaluation of the e-voting software.

According to Moqimi, the e-voting hardware has already received the Guardian Council’s confirmation, thus the government has prepared the fund to finance this new voting system. Initially e-voting would be used by one third of the electoral districts.

Likewise, the secretary of the elections headquarters, Ali Pourali Motlaq, said that at least 30% of the voters will cast their votes electronically.

Source: http://www.tehrantimes.com/

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