This time around, if the opposition parties are serious enough about the change, it would be interesting to see if the PTI will support the idea or take another U-turn, considering how it was helped by the secrecy of the ballot
It further says that secrecy of the ballot
paper should be ensured and disclosing the ballot paper or taking its photograph is strictly prohibited.
[The law] needs to be revisited and amended to open up opportunities for local technology providers to supply locally developed election solutions that protects the secrecy of the ballot
and ensures transparency of the vote count,' Namfrel said in a statement.
Duterte said she voted for 12 candidates for senator but refused to reveal their names, pointing out "secrecy of the ballot
Talking to media, Additional Director General Public Relations ECP Nadeem Qasim said that the electoral roll copy will be available at every polling booth while the secrecy of the ballot
has to ensure by the parliamentarians.
The reason for maintaining the secrecy of the ballot
is symbolic of how the office is meant to be non-partisan.
According to sources, many of PML-N candidates were in touch with PML-Q leaders but despite knowing this, it was difficult to determine who traded vote due to secrecy of the ballot
. However, the election has put question marks on the leadership of Hamza, according to sources.
Islamabad -- All the hurdles stand removed in the way of oath taking of PTI Chairman Imran Khan as the prime minister of the country as Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) on Friday accepted his apology for violating secrecy of the ballot
on Election Day and withdrew its notice against him.
On July 30, the ECP issued a notice to Khan seeking a written reply since he violated the secrecy of the ballot
when he allegedly cast his vote in NA-53 constituency while surrounded by friends and supporters.
As polls closed yesterday, Pakistan's election commission spokesman Nadeem Qasim said the body had issued a notice to aspiring prime minister Imran Khan, saying his vote could be disqualified after he cast his ballot in front of television cameras, violating "the secrecy of the ballot
paper" as enshrined in the constitution.
As polls closed, Pakistan's Election Commission spokesman Nadeem Qasim told The Associated Press that the commission had issued a notice to aspiring prime minister Imran Khan saying his vote could be disqualified after he cast his ballot in front of television cameras, violating "the secrecy of the ballot