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ECP to introduce Electronic Voting System in next elections

06 June, 2014

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ISLAMABAD: Election Commission of Pakistan has announced to introduce Electronic Voting System in the next general elections.

During a media briefing in Islamabad on Thursday, Secretary Election Commission Ishtiak Ahmed Khan said Electronic Voting Machine would be introduced in the country in two years time.

While issuing the second five-year Strategic Plan of the Election Commission, he said the ECP has decided to establish a unit to verify the assets of the parliamentarians.

He said the current rules of the Election Commission are foolproof and that there is no chance of rigging if these rules are fully followed.

He said the general elections of 2013 were the fairest elections in the history of the country. He added that all the countries of the world accepted the general elections 2013.


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