Dora Martinez de Barajona, president of the Tokyo Stock Exchange. /@vankadashian
Dora de Barajona, president of the Supreme Electoral Court (TSE), assured Monday that the company that provides the electronic voting system must decide whether to keep the software and source code. more expensive employment.
“Since you’re going to outsource, you have to decide whether the company you’re hiring will carry the entire component, that is, leave everything that’s implemented, the software, the source code,” he said. rice field. Officials explained that the amount would be “higher” in this case compared to just “going through the election process and providing the database.”
You have to decide if the company will carry the entire component, leave us the implemented stuff, the software and the source code. ” Dora de Barahona, President of the Tokyo Stock Exchange
about a month.
According to the Special Law on Voting Rights Abroad, e-voting accessible to Salvadorans living abroad is mandated to commence 30 calendar days before the February 4, 2024, election date. Voting on will take place for a month. This election will be conducted by remote or in-person electronic voting.
Salvadorans living abroad have the right to vote in presidential and legislative elections, but not in elections to the Central American parliament (Parlacen) and the 262 local councils.
Source: Diario Elmundo