Namibia Opposition Parties Slam Use of Electronic Voting Machines

Reports that a number of electronic voting machines were missing from the Electoral Commission of Namibia have sparked massive public criticism, with some people questioning the integrity of the election body in the run-up to the November 27th presidential and National Assembly elections.

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    Namibian, 28 October 2019

    Independent presidential candidate Panduleni Itula says he will go a step further to ensure that the disputed electronic voting machines are not used in the upcoming presidential… Read more »

e-Voting Machines used in Namibian elections.

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