Is e-voting currently used in any elections with EMB participation? - France

Country: 
France
Question: 
Is e-voting currently used in any elections with EMB participation?
Answer: 
Yes, in politically-binding national elections (elections for public office or direct democracy initiatives) Yes, in other elections with EMB participation (e.g. election of trade union leaders, non-binding referendums)
Comments: 

In 2020, France re-introduced internet voting for overseas voters. However, it will be used only for the elections of French overseas advisers and consular delegates. 

Source: 

France, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Vote par internet (published in January 2020), accessed 8 February 2020

France, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Élections des conseillers des Français de l’étranger et des délégués consulaires : 16 et 17 mai 2020 (published in January 2020), accessed 8 February 2020

OSCE/ODIHR, Needs Assessment Mission Report, Presidential and Parliamentary Elections, 2017, accessed 3 February 2020

“The Electoral Code permits the use of electronic voting machines for municipalities with at least 3,500 inhabitants. Voting machines will be used in some 60 municipalities. While the MoI publishes technical requirements and specifications for the machines, it has no role in the verification and certification of the equipment. The OSCE/ODIHR NAM was informed that there is a moratorium on further expanding the use of the machines as well as a decision to gradually phase them out.”