Towards a trusted e-election in Kuwait : Requirements and principles
journal contributionposted on 2016-02-16, 09:32 authored by Asaad Alzayed, Ray DawsonRay Dawson, Abdulaziz Alkandari
Kuwait is a democratic country that has used paper ballots for its parliament elections for many years. Although many people are content with the paper ballot, a survey shows that it has drawbacks, which have made some people lose confidence in the system and would prefer a replacement electronic system. However, the survey also shows that voters are cautious about electronic voting and are not ready for a full internet-enabled system. The aim of this paper is to propose a step-by-step approach for introducing electronic voting system and to define a set of requirements that an e-voting system, which is planned to be used instead of paper-based voting system in Kuwait, should satisfy.
- Computer Science
Published inInternational Journal of Managing Information Technology
Pages31 - 50
CitationALZAYED, A, DAWSON, R. and ALKANDARI, A., 2014. Towards a trusted e-election in Kuwait : Requirements and principles. International Journal of Managing Information Technology, 6(3), pp. 31-50.
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