The group said this could disenfranchise
millions of voters, as the Commission on Elections refuses to conduct a 'genuine source code review' of the machines.
Sticking to the existing proposal could disenfranchise
about 25 million voters in the next election.
This means the Election Commission of Pakistan does not disenfranchise
any voter; rather it intends to implement the law framed by the parliament by virtue of Section 27 of Elections Act, 2017 which explicitly bars any voter from remaining a voter in an electoral area which does not appear on his/her CNIC after Dec 31.
He said claims by some leaders and legislators of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) that the purpose of the National Identification Card was to disenfranchise
some Ghanaians, particularly those from the Volta Region,were untrue.
Earl Blumenauer, all Democrats, said they introduced their bills in large part because of new voting restrictions 17 states have adopted - just in time for the 2016 presidential election - that will make it harder for many people to vote, or will disenfranchise
Ridon said his group would file a motion for reconsideration to reverse the SC ruling on the program which would disenfranchise
some 2.4 million registered voters.
"Based on the empirical reports from our observers, regardless of the outcome, the credibility of the 2013 Harmonised Elections is seriously compromised by a systematic effort to disenfranchise
an estimated million voters," the ZESN stated while noting the environment of the elections was relatively calm and peaceful.
All but two states, Vermont and Maine, disenfranchise
felons for some period of time.
He gave an example, saying that if the Popular Current is opposing the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), then under this article, the FJP can easily prevent Popular Current members from serving in the military for security reasons in order to disenfranchise
them from parliament.
These voter suppression tactics will disenfranchise
many women, people of color, elderly people, students, and low-income communities, unjustly robbing us of our right to make our voices heard.
Virginia is one of only four states that still permanently disenfranchise
offenders unless voting rights are restored by the governor.
Neither Clinton nor Obama supporters should be pleased with the Democratic Party's no-win nomination dilemma: change the rules in the middle of the game and cobble together some sort of do-over; or hold to the status quo and disenfranchise
millions of Democratic voters.