Authors: Peter Neffenger and Paul DeGregorio Citizens demand to know that the votes they cast are the votes that are counted. But our election systems are under unprecedented threats and our collective faith in the system has been faltering.
Information Communication Technology (ICT) has been widely adopted by private enterprises in most countries. Yet the public sector is, generally speaking, lagging behind.However, South Korea has recently become a test bed for many information technology tools, particularly in the e-government
The development of new ICT has produced a remarkable shift from the concept of representation, which is the cornerstone of representative democracies. New technologies, the are offering a wide array of opportunities for direct political participation of citizens, political groups
Political parties in the Nigerian state of Taraba are advocating for electronic voting as a positive step forward in order to improve efficiency and transparency. Alhaji Ardo Jika, state Chairman of the All Progressives Congress, told journalists that electronic voting
Secure Voting is a recent report written by global experts and academics in the electronic voting field and also backed by MPs from across the political spectrum. The paper states that e-voting is sufficiently secure and should be introduced for
Recently, a Seminar entitled “Experiences of electronic voting in Mexico and the World” was held at the Federal Electoral Institute in Mexico City. In the closing ceremony, the elections counselor María Macarita Elizondo Gasperín, talked about the feasibility of electronic