"Electronic voting methods must be secure and reliable. They are secure if the system can withstand deliberate attack; they are reliable if they can function on their own, irrespective of any shortcomings in the hardware or software. Furthermore, the elector must be able to obtain confirmation of his or her vote and, if necessary, correct it without the secrecy of the ballot being in any way violated. "
DocumentCoE (Venice Commission): Code of Good Practice in Electoral Matters, I.22.214.171.124.43 (exp. report)
- Various methods may be employed to facilitate voting for those unable to reach a polling station.
- Methods to facilitate voting may include electronic voting.
- E-voting systems should facilitate voting by persons with disabilities.
- The voting system, including electronic systems, should be sufficiently secure against fraud.