Most political parties favor electronic voting
Julio César Castaños Guzmán, president of the JCE
Santo Domingo.- In a marathon audience, the political parties on Thurs. stated opposing positions on automated voting in the 2020 elections.
From 10:20am until 4:47pm, political organizations expressed their views at a public hearing held at the Central Electoral Board (JCE).
The automated vote secured the support of 17 parties and movements, the rejection of 5, while another five reserved their positions pending an audit.
Some of the parties and movements offered support by putting the audit as a condition, in addition to fingerprints as identity mechanism and other options.