Skopje, Macedonia, October 26, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- The 2017 local elections in Macedonia are provided by Demokra management platform. Since 2006, the year when the State Election Commission of Macedonia (SEC) was formed as a permanent body, it uses the Demokra technology enabling transparency and reliability of the election results. The public can follow the election flow, the voters’ turnout and the preliminary results. The Demokra technology increases the integrity in the democratic process as well as the citizens engagement and trust by using technological state of art and future trends.
“As a reliable partner of SEC, iVote has provided a software solution for the first-round local elections on October the 15th. The second round takes place on October the 29th. The system simultaneously processes data for mayor candidates and municipal councils and mayor candidates for the City of Skopje and the City Council. The information are handed on time and presented officially. There was a huge public interest with over 5 million-page views on the Election Night Reporting web site,” stated Mr. Tomislav Zografski, the iVote CEO.
Demokra plays a critical role by creating more transparent and inclusive electoral processes. It is consisted of several different modules such as managing the Election Day, administration of user privileges, generating reports, statistics and documentation. Over 1.8 million registered voters have the right to cast ballot. In addition, the system has simultaneously proceeded information from over 3400 polling stations.
iVote is a company specializing in election modernization and e-learning technologies. iVote's Demokra is an end-to-end state-of-the-art election management platform, providing high security and transparency. iVote Demokra technology has been trusted by more than 134 million voters around the world. It has contributed to the most timely, transparent and credible election results in the history as democracies in many countries worldwide.