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European Parliament and the challenge of internet voting

Alexandre H. Trechsel

European Parliament and the challenge of internet voting

by Alexandre H. Trechsel

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Published by European University Institute in [Florence] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • European Parliament -- Voting -- Congresses.,
  • Internet voting -- European Union countries -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAlexander H. Trechsel, Fernando Mendez, Raphaël Kies.
    GenreCongresses.
    SeriesPolicy paper -- 03/3, Policy paper (Robert Schuman Centre) -- RSC no. 03/3.
    ContributionsMendez, Fernando., Kies, Raphael., Robert Schuman Centre.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination31 p. ;
    Number of Pages31
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22568621M

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages: illustrations, map ; 25 cm. Contents: The European Union and e-voting: upgrading Euro-elections / Fernando --Mendez and Alexander H. Trechsel --Internet voting and the European Parliament elections: problems and prospects / Rachel Gibson --E-voting as the magic ballot for European.

Get this from a library. The European Union and e-voting: addressing the European Parliament's internet voting challenge. [Alexandre H Trechsel; Fernando Mendez;] -- This book focuses on the European experience and its novel problematic, thereby raising key issues at the heart of the social sciences, legal scholarship and technology studies in a penetrating and.

The European Parliament (EP) is the legislative branch of the European Union and one of its seven er with the Council of the European Union, it adopts European legislation, normally on a proposal from the European Parliament is composed of members (MEPs).

The Parliament represents the second-largest democratic electorate First Vice-President: Mairead McGuinness, EPP. The official website of the European Parliament, the directly elected legislative body of the European Union.

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cit. 18 A. Auer, & M. Mendez, ‘Introducing e-voting for the European Parliament elections: the constitutional problems’.File Size: KB. An election to the European Parliament was held between 23 and 26 Maythe ninth parliamentary election since the first direct elections in A total of Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) represent more than million people from 28 member Februarythe European Parliament had voted to decrease the number of MEPs from Turnout: % pp.

ELECTIONS TO THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AS A CHALLENGE FOR DEMOCRACY. European Integration and Democracy Series 4 Gender Quotas in the Elections to the European Parliament 75 8 Voting to the European Parliament in the Czech Republic. The May European Parliament elections are fast approaching, and in the run up to these critical elections, many questions have been raised over security, foreign election interference and the role of technology in the process.

Canada’s cyber security agency recently found that half of all developed countries holding elections in Elections to the European Parliament take place every five years by universal adult suffrage, and with more than million people eligible to vote, it is considered the second largest democratic elections in the world.

UntilMEPs were elected to the European Parliament, which has been directly elected since Since the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the EU in. Norris, P.: E-voting as the magic bullet for european parliamentary elections. Evaluating E-voting in the light of experiments in UK local elections.

In: Trechsel, A., Mendez, F. (eds.) The European Union and E-Voting: Addressing the European Parliament’s Internet Voting Challenge, pp. 60– Routledge, London () Google ScholarAuthor: Nicole Goodman, Rodney Smith.

About this book Introduction With a detailed focus on the images and communication styles that characterised the European Parliament election campaign, this edited collection evaluates political advertising across the EU using empirical data to compare and contrast styles and approaches in different members.

An analysis of the European elections in each of the 27 member states of the newly enlarged European Union, and assessment of the European Parliament in This book looks at the implications of low turnout for the future of.

The real, important move to improve EU elections would be to improve a quality of a coverage in mass media, perhaps public stations should show programmes educating people on what EU parliment does, what it can and what it cannot do, introduce some proper debates, and really: make it an important topic in a public dabate, much like presidential or parlimentary elections are.

Original language: English: Title of host publication: The European Union and E-voting: Addressing the European Parliament’s internet voting challengeCited by: 9.

Voting in the European Parliament (Photo: Notat) Voting in the European Parliament. The normal requirement is a simple majority of votes. For the ordinary legislative procedure, approval of the Commission and the consent procedures an absolute majority of EP-members are required.

An absolute majority is out of possible votes. European elections explained Jump to media player With three months to go until the European Parliament elections, Matthew Price explains how they.

Although roll-call votes (RCVs) are not the standard voting procedure in the European Parliament (EP), they account for a comparatively high share of all votes scheduled in plenary: In the past, between one quarter and one third of all votes have been taken by roll-call.

MEPs voting in the European Parliament. Democratic Politics in the European Parliament With the European Parliament comprising politicians from many different countries, cultures, languages, national parties and institutional backgrounds, one might expect politics in the Parliament to be highly fragmented and unpredictable.

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This means that the ‘anti-European populists’ will occupy 15 percent of the seats in the European Parliament, a record for sure, but hardly a serious hindrance for the 85 percent of.Here we set the scene for the book, questioning the reasons for the phenomenal success of eurosceptic parties at the European Parliament (EP) elections of.

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