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E-Voting: Why is UK not as smart as the Philippines?

    E-Voting: Why is UK not as smart as the Philippines?

As the world continues to gravitate towards greater technology adoption in all realms of daily life, the kind of question posed in this article by Edie Lush is becoming more [...]

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Is it time to introduce electronic voting for UK elections?

    Is it time to introduce electronic voting for UK elections?

In our blog, we’ve asked ourselves this very same question in previous posts when addressing the UK and the many other nations in which Internet use is so pervasive that casting a ballot [...]

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The 2014 elections in numbers

    The 2014 elections in numbers

This year, approximately 1.5 billion people have elected their representatives in 96 elections held in five continents. That’s the equivalent of 21% of the world population. Asia, a continent with 4.427 [...]

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The rising power of women in Bolivian politics

    The rising power of women in Bolivian politics

The results of the most recent Bolivian national elections, held on October 12, undoubtedly represent a milestone in the long-standing worldwide struggle for gender equality. As a result of the election, [...]

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Internet voting continues to gain traction worldwide

    Internet voting continues to gain traction worldwide

The success of internet voting in Estonia, as well as successful experiences in Switzerland , the US, Canada and several other countries are a good indicator that the electorate is warming up [...]

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Scotland independence up for vote

    Scotland independence up for vote

Should Scotland be an independent country? Voters are set to tick off either a YES or NO on their ballots for the Scottish independence referendum on September 18. This could mean [...]

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Romanian presidential elections set in November

    Romanian presidential elections set in November

 The Republic of Romania is scheduled to hold the first round of its presidential elections this November. The country uses a two-round presidential elections model, the first of such round is [...]

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An introduction to absentee voting

Absentee voting is performed by someone unable to attend the polling location to which they’ve been allocated. Increasing access to it is seen as one way to increase voter turnout. [...]

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