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What countries use or have used video cameras/webcams in polling stations as a confidence-building and transparency measure?

How have these countries assessed their experience, taking into account costs and the effect on public confidence?

In Ukraine, the idea of using cameras appeared literally from nowhere.

It was envisaged only in the law on parliamentary elections in 2012, so already in 2014 the whole thing shrivelled and died.

I do not readily know off-head of countries that use webcams/cameras in polling stations as "confidence building measures", but I presume such practices could be quite pervasive, especially in advanced democracies, as well as newcomers in electoral democracy.

There were strict rules about where they were to be placed and what they were permitted to watch.

There were reports that some, especially rural, voters were intimidated, believing that their actual voting was being observed.

Rafael Riva-Palacio En Colombia se utilizan cámaras web, en la etapa los sitios de escrutinios generales y en el proceso de conteo rápido de datos electorales, además de digitalización de las actas de escrutinio de las mesas de votación, esta práctica está autorizada en la ley 1475 de 2011 y fue solicitada por los partidos políticos, al parecer si genera más confianza en esta etapa definitiva de la consolidación de información electoral.

En cabio se prohíbe el uso de cámara o de teléfonos con esta herramienta, en el momento de ejercer el derecho al voto, pues es utilizada para el control de la práctica de compraventa de votos (mercaderes electorales), en algo que se denomina el “carrusel del voto”, sencillamente se comprueba por quien voto, esto amenaza la privacidad y el secreto del voto.

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