New Federal Chancellery brochure on electronic voting

The Federal Chancellery has published a new brochure on the electronic voting project. The new publication focuses on the Federal Council’s strategy for introducing and extending the electronic voting system. The 2006 to 2012 trial period is evaluated and the new security requirements explained. The project is also briefly detailed and the status of implementation in the individual cantons outlined. Objectives and key milestones are also set out. The Federal Chancellery’s new brochure on the electronic voting project is available in German, French and Italian and can be downloaded from the Federal Chancellery’s website.

Comments (2)
  • Alain Leuba
    Alain Leuba at 21.07.2015
    3 ans pour ne pas avoir termniné d'analyser un essai de 6 ans ? C'est une honte. On prétend que la Suisse est un pays très développé et on arrive pas à faire plus vite. Il faut engager des gens compétents qui ont envie de voir ce projet aboutir !!! Nous, les Suisses de l'étranger, sommes très prétérités par cette lenteur honteuse.
  • Alain Leuba
    Alain Leuba at 21.07.2015
    Au lieu de faire une brochure inutile, faites fonctionner le programme !!!

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