Ballots, including electronic ballots, should be understandable.
- The voter interface of an e-voting system shall be understandable and easily usable.
- Ballots should be designed as simply as possible and should be easy for voters to understand and fill out. Complex ballot papers can cause confusion for voters and may also delay voting and counting.
- Voting procedures should not be cumbersome or complicated so as to hinder the voting process.
- [V]oting procedures must be simple
- Ballots should be designed as simply as possible and should be easy for voters to understand and fill out.
- The maintenance and development of genuine democracy require the existence and strengthening of free, independent, pluralistic, and responsible journalism. This requirement is reflected in the need for journalism to: submit the exercise of the various types of powers to continuous and critical examination.
- The ballot should be easy to fill out for the voter...
- The complexity or simplicity of the ballot directly affects the efficiency of the voting process.
- Ballots should be worded with absolute clarity and be identical in all languages.