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E Voting Handbook

E Voting Handbook

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E-voting handbook 
Key steps in the implementation of e-enabled elections
Council of Europe Publishing
 
Acknowledgements The author of this document is Susanne Caarls. However, it could not have beenproduced without contributions from a number of individuals and experts in theeld of e-voting including: Michel Chevallier, Ardita Driza Maurer, Andreas Ehringfeld,Pierre Garrone, Ben Goldsmith, Robert Krimmer, Manuel Kripp, Henrik Nore, MichaelRemmert, Patrick Trouveroy, Michel Warynski and Peter Wolf.
The views expressed in this publication are the author’s and do not necessarily reect those o the Council o Europe.
 The text of this publication may be reproduced on condition that the full title of thesource, namely the Council of Europe, is cited. If it is intended to use any part of thetext for commercial purposes or to translate it into a non-ocial language of theCouncil of Europe, please contact publishing@coe.int.All Internet sources cited in the references were accessed in October 2010.Directorate of Democratic InstitutionsDirectorate General of Democracy and Political AairsCouncil of EuropeStrasbourgFrancewww.coe.int/democracyCover design and layout: Documents and Publications Production Department(SPDP), Council of EuropeCouncil of Europe PublishingF-67075 Strasbourg Cedexhttp://book.coe.intISBN 978-92-871-6948-8© Council of Europe, November 2010Printed at the Council of Europe
 
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Contents
Introduction
 
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Chapter 1 – Dierent types of electronic tool
 
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Chapter 2 – Points to consider before introducing e-voting
 
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112.1. Principal points to consider
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112.1.1. Voter veried paper audit trail
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112.1.2. End-to-end verication
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122.1.3. Family voting
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132.2. General points to consider
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142.2.1. Condence
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142.2.2. Public debate
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152.2.3. Accessibility
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152.3. Technical points to consider
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162.3.1. Open-source or proprietary software
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162.3.2. Identication and authentication of the voter
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172.3.3. Removing the link between vote and voter
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182.3.4. Design of the electronic ballot paper
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182.3.5. Conrmation of the vote
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192.3.6. Voting period
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Chapter 3 – Pre-electoral period (preparations)
 
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213.1. Legal framework 
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213.1.1. Constitution
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213.1.2. Legislation
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