Saturday, September 11, 2004

UBC Centre for Public Opinion and Democracy - August 24, 2004
Electronic Voting Questioned In Kazakhstan

In May, representatives of five political parties asked Parliament to amend the electoral law that introduced the electronic voting system. The representatives said the idea could be susceptible to "manipulations." The high cost of the system—around $32 million U.S.—has also raised concerns, as opposition politicians want to invest the funds in social needs such as education and health care.
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