The London-based think tank WebRoots Democracy recently published a report on the Cost of Voting in the UK
The British organization Webroots Democracy (also known as the Institute for Digital Democracy) will gather on October 10th a panel of experts to discuss their most recent investigation on the voting of military forces deployed abroad.
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.
The electronic voting law for Catalans living abroad recently passed the first parliament test. The next step for the bill will be going through a consideration by a committee, before it can be enacted.
Romanian authorities announced that an e-voting platform will be implemented for the December parliamentary elections. This platform should make it easier for Romanians residing abroad to exercise their democratic right.
There is a debate surrounding the voting of military personnel abroad during the upcoming US presidential elections. Currently, members of the military receive their ballots in several ways. In some instances, these can be downloaded and in others they are