History shows us once and again that despite geographical, generational or socio-cultural contexts, some political players – as well as some partisan groups- have a vested interest in ensuring elections results end in their favor.
Citizens living abroad, with the legal right to vote in their countries of origin, need (and deserve) as much confidence in the protection of their voting rights as local residents.
In a previous post, some reasons for a growing deployment of election technology services in Latin America were mentioned.
A commission of the Liberal Party Coalition of the Australian Parliament is planning to adopt electronic voting for their decision making.
The members of the Nigerian Senate confirmed the election of new Supreme Court members, this time using a novelty item: e-voting machines.
The government of Indonesia is pondering the idea of implementing electronic voting platforms for the presidential and legislative elections of 2019.