One out of seven people in the world – about 1.14 billion people – has a disability. Think about that in the context of elections and you’ll realize why remote voting matters.
As digital technologies continue to change the world around us, the need for governments to embrace digital transformation and increase the efficiency of the services they provide has become ever more salient.
South Korea made the headlines when it held parliamentary elections in April 2020 as COVID-19 was ravaging the world.
At the moment election officials and commissions around the world are scrambling to find workable solutions for safe voting in the near term. Elections have been delayed worldwide and, in the US, primaries have been postponed while states look for
Since 2005, Estonia has been making global headlines because of its successful and secure i-voting system.
The forthcoming European Parliamentary elections, in which voters will choose the next 705 representatives, are scheduled between the 23rd and 26th of May 2019.