Next election will be high tech, says EC

PUBLISHED ON MON, JUL 17, 2017 8:04 PM

Next election will be high tech, says EC

By The Nation

 

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High tech measures will be introduced at the next election, the Election Commission concluded at meeting on Monday.

 

Central government and local government officials also attended the meeting, in which an understanding was also reached on the draft bills of the EC and political parties as well as the EC regulation draft on provincial election inspectors.

 

For election preparations, the discussion included making voting easier for the elderly and handicapped, online candidacy, voter registrations, the uses of smart card readers in polling booths and online voting.

 

Also discussed was the uses of mobile applications to facilitate election procedures, the use of risk management programs in the process, the use of newly-designed ballot boxes and the appointment of provincial election inspectors.

 

Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/politics/30320966

 
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