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IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology
Key words: This paper addresses the democracy-oriented legal and constitutional requirements that an electronic voting system has to comply with. Its scope covers every election or decision-making process, which takes place through voting. Due mainly to the digital divide and to current technological limitation, electronic voting cannot be proposed as a universal means of voting but rather as an alternative option, supplemental to traditional voting means. An electronic voting process must bedoi:10.1007/978-0-387-35586-3_37 fatcat:gbhcqr5rznb4powevshnnafzwe