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E-Voting Solution for Romanian Parliament


  • Liviu Dunaev

    (MA Student in Economic Informatics)

  • Daniel Platon

    (MA Student in Economic Informatics)


Every year hundreds of millions of people vote in a variety of settings in many countries around the world. People vote in public elections to choose government leaders and also in private elections to determine the course of action for groups that people are organized in such as non-governmental organizations, unions, associations and corporations (shareholders). Voting is a widely spread, rather democratic, way of making decisions. More and more governments and private organizations realize that the use of new technologies such as the Internet can have beneficial impacts on elections - i.e. higher voter turnout and lower costs of conducting elections. The rules governing elections tend to be highly specialized to meet the specific needs of each type of organization. Most elections, however, require integrity, privacy and authentication.

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  • Liviu Dunaev & Daniel Platon, 2007. "E-Voting Solution for Romanian Parliament," Journal of Information Systems & Operations Management, Romanian-American University, vol. 1(1), pages 50-55, Winter.
  • Handle: RePEc:rau:jisomg:v:1:y:2007:i:1:p:50-55

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