Is e-voting currently used in any elections with EMB participation? - Central African Republic

Central African Republic
Is e-voting currently used in any elections with EMB participation?
No, e-voting is not used currently

Electoral Code of the Central African Republic, Art. 89 outlines the voting process as follows: Before going into the voting booth, the voter approaches the first assessor and presents his voter card. The assessor must ensure that no traces of indelible ink are visible on the finger of the voter. After checking the indication of the electoral district, the polling station, the registration number of , the names, date and place of birth and  home of the voter, the assessor marks in front of the name of the voter, and gives him the single ballot. Before performing the act of voting, the voter goes into the voting booth to make his choice. Once the choice is made, the voter approaches the urn whose opening is regulated  by the President, who  releases the slot so that  elector can introduce the ballot and President says aloud 'A VOTE' when the ballot is inserted. The second assessor stamps the voter card using the stamp or punch, after which the voter’s left index finger is soaked in indelible ink and the card returned to him. After the voting process, the voter leaves the office.  


Central African Republic: Electoral Code (2013); [French version], accessed 8 November 2018