Is e-voting currently used in any elections with EMB participation?
Lao People's Dem. Republic
Laos, Law on the Election of Members of the National Assembly (2001), [UNDP Draft Translation, December 2006], accessed 2 November 2018
Article 29. Rules for Voting Rule for voting are as follows:
1. The location for voting shall be in an appropriate place, for example: schools, halls, and other places;
2. The election committees shall advise on [and] disseminate all rules and methods relating to voting to all voters to ensure that they understand;
3. Before voting commences, the committees at the level of polling units shall open the ballot box in front of the people;
4. Voters shall present [voting] certificates to the committees at the level of polling units in order to get their ballots;
5. When voters are filling out their ballots, other people are prohibited from interfering;
6. For illiterate voters who cannot fill out their ballots by themselves, the committee at the level of polling unit shall nominate someone to assist them in filling out the ballot according to the voters’
choice, and then let them deposit the ballot by themselves. In the event that such persons cannot deposit the ballot by themselves, the committee at the level of polling unit shall nominate someone
to help them to do so in their presence;
7. If voters are sick, disabled or old and cannot come to the voting location, the committee at the level of polling unit shall organise mobile teams to go and collect the ballots from those persons at their locations;
8. If voters make any mistake in filling out their ballots, they shall ask for a new ballot from the committee at the level of polling unit;
9. Voters shall go one-by-one to deposit their ballot into the ballot box;
10. On polling day, no one is allowed to campaign for any candidate or cause public disorder that violates this Law on the Election of Members of the National Assembly.