While she refused to accommodate media interviews pursuant to the orders of the courts, a smiling de Lima faced the cameras to show her index finger with an indelible ink
upon the request from the members of the press.
Gutoc explains misplaced indelible ink
!-- -- Luisa Morales (Philstar.com) - May 14, 2019 - 12:52pm MANILA, Philippines Maranao leader and senatorial candidate Samira Gutoc saidRamadan fasting might have something to do with the indelible ink
mistakenly beingput on her right thumb instead of her forefinger.
But she indulged members of the press by showing off her index finger with indelible ink
and even raising the vote counting machine receipt, which meant that her ballot and vote have been accepted by the system.
Image Credit: Reuters Director David Dhawan with son and actor Varun Dhawan show their fingers marked with indelible ink
at a polling station in Mumbai.
Summary: Hyderabad [Telangana], Jan 03(ANI): Telangana state Election Commission has given orders that indelible ink
shall be applied only on the middle finger of voter's left-hand in the ensuing Gram Panchayat elections of the state.
Despite the raging debate on the environmental impact and safety of indelible ink
or electoral ink or stain, there appears to be growing interest from electoral management agencies in Africa on the use of the product in the process of national voting.
Polling staff at many polling stations were facing hardship because of insufficient supply of indelible ink
and stamp pads.
After a polling agent has cross checked details, your thumb will be marked with indelible ink
Sensitive logistic exercise involves ballot papers while non-sensitive includes deployment of official staff, formation of District Monitoring Teams (DMT), bags, pens, indelible ink
and stamps in bulk,' Altaf informed.
He said that the commission had arranged bags, pens, indelible ink
and stamps in bulk.
In another move to improve the transparency of general elections and as lobbied for by polls reform group Bersih 2.0, the EC introduced the use of indelible ink
for the first time in Election 2013 to mark the fingers of those who had already cast their votes for the day.