16 October 2018

Australia can learn from Azerbaijan - Elections

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Australian Liberal deputies of parliament Craig Kelly and Chris Beck believe that Australia should learn from experience of Azerbaijan in elections. reports citing to local newspapers.

They stated that the use of photographic ID and transparent polling boxes, letting ­people vote at just one polling booth and ink placed on people’s thumbs to ensure they had not already voted.

“We’ve taken democracy for granted. I can’t see why there’s not a requirement for people to show identification. The integrity of our voting system has to be ­absolutely top rate", Craig Kelly said.

2016.12.05 / 12:36
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