Cuba: Cubans hold municipal elections; belie criticism
Iraq: Barring of candidates may change Iraq vote outcome
BAGHDAD -- An Iraqi court disqualified 52 candidates Monday from the country's parliamentary elections, including two who won seats, and threw out their votes in a decision that could potentially change the outcome of the March 7 vote.
Nigeria: Preparing for election with armoured vehicles
http://rverzola.wordpress.com/2010/04/25/how-to-show-that-a-pcos-voting-machine-is-accurate-enough/...Even in banks that have automated their operations, to the extent of using a bill counter that counts bills automatically, tellers still count the bills manually before handing out withdrawals to clients
Philippines: Concerned Filipinos push for manual counting
Philippines: Countercheck poll results
If the chip is switched, wholesale cheating may occur for that precinct.
Sri Lanka: THE LOW-DOWN: Did they really rob preferential votes?
The low voter turnout at the April 08th General Election has shown that the people's faith in the electoral system has reached an all time low.
"If the idea is to rebuild the faith in elections, I think there are easy methods. For example if the commissioner allowed us to be present at counting centres there would have been no room for these allegations."
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