According to Hovhannes Sahakyan, a lawmaker of Armenia’s ruling political party, electronic voting and the use of technology-based solutions are expected to reduce the chances of vote-rigging.
The new Secretary of State for Communities of Portugal, José Luis Carneiro, stated that the government wants to modernize consular services and implement e-voting for expatriates. According to Carneiro, this modernization process will lead to an integrated system of consular
Bulgaria’s parliament has approved last January 21 a resolution on the introduction of electronic voting in elections, with 136 votes in favor and 56 against. The Parliament was required to debate the issue after a referendum on election rules reform,
During the last ten years, Afghanistan has made an outstanding progress towards rebuilding its political system and institutions. And that transformation has had very important positive effects. Political participation, especially among women, has grown. Afghanistan’s 2014 elections showed a historic turnout
Emerging countries in Latin America and Asia are successfully adopting election technology to increase voter participation, transparency and efficiency. Following the example of Brazil and Venezuela, countries like Paraguay, Panama, Costa Rica and Mexico have implemented some form of electronic
According to Georgia’s Justice Minister, Thea Tsulukiani, the country is technically ready to launch an online voting system. However, other actions would be needed, including legislation changes, promoting electronic ID cards and ensuring countrywide internet access. Thereby, remote villages must