This article is written by Pierre Peytier and is published by The Parliament Magazine. Here is an excerpt:
There has been no shortage of ballots this past year, with key elections in Germany, the US, and the Netherlands to name a few. They have all faced challenges in the context of the health crisis.
Lawmakers have had to devise strategies for limiting Coronavirus transmission at polling stations, while, at the same time, encouraging participation.
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