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Historic vote in Burma

    Historic vote in Burma

On November 8th the citizens of Burma headed to the polls in order to cast their votes in the first elections since 1990 when the military government recognise the victory [...]

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Israel eyes electronic voting

    Israel eyes electronic voting

While no date has been set for elections yet, the Central Elections Commission of Israel has been preparing for weeks for the possibility of early elections. And one of the [...]

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United Arab Emirates prepares for its third Federal National Council elections

    United Arab Emirates prepares for its third Federal National Council elections

In 2015, United Arab Emirates (UAB) will conduct its third Federal National Council (FNC) election since this legislative body was formed in 1971. Previous elections –held in 2006 and 2011- [...]

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Uruguay learns about electronic voting

    Uruguay learns about electronic voting

German Cardoso, President of the Chamber of Deputies of Uruguay and a representative of the city of Maldonado, recently visited the Spanish Congress to learn about electronic voting.It is important to point out that the Uruguayan parliament is [...]

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Unorthodox ballot layout raises concerns in September Fiji polls

    Unorthodox ballot layout raises concerns in September Fiji polls

Voters in the Republic of Fiji, a Melanesian island country in the South Pacific Ocean, are set to fill all fifty (50) seats in its Parliament in the upcoming September [...]

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Islamabad general elections to use electronic voting

On June 5, the Election Commission of Pakistan (EPC) announced their intention to use adopt voting technology for the 2018 general elections.Although the Sindh government’s intention was to implement technology [...]

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India’s mammoth national election showing record high turnout as voting continues

    India’s mammoth national election showing record high turnout as voting continues

Indians are taking democratic participation to a new level as the world’s largest election arrives to the second of its five weeks.Voting began on April 7 and will run through [...]

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New Caledonia independence bid to be tested in May congressional polls

    New Caledonia independence bid to be tested in May congressional polls

In recent years, the government of New Caledonia has been granted more and more autonomy by France as a result of the 1998 Noumea Accord.  Yet despite increasing freedoms, residents [...]

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