EVM | The Daily Star
  • Dhaka's Banani fire

    Vote Robbery: CEC remark proves BNP's claim true

    The BNP has claimed that its allegation of “vote robbery” in the December 30 national election has now been proved to be true with the CEC's comment that the use of EVMs can prevent stuffing of ballot boxes the night before an election.

  • CEC knows why EVM necessary

    Chief Election Commissioner KM Nurul Huda yesterday said the EC was planning to use electronic voting machines to make sure that ballot boxes could not be stuffed on the night before an election.

  • Voters skeptic about EVM use

    Confusion remains among many over casting votes using electronic voting machines in Satkhira-2 and Khulna-2 as they have no practical knowledge of the machines.

  • Khaleda Zia's Participation in National Election

    Amendment proposal goes to the cabinet

    A proposal for amending the Representation of the People Order will be placed in the cabinet meeting today to pave the way for the use of Electronic Voting Machines in polls.

  • Khaleda Zia's Participation in National Election

    Amendment proposal goes to the cabinet

    A proposal for amending the Representation of the People Order will be placed in the cabinet meeting today to pave the way for the use of Electronic Voting Machines in polls.

  • BNP leader Moudud Ahmed

    BNP rejects EC's decision to use EVMs in nat'l polls

    BNP yesterday turned down the Election Commission's (EC) decision to use electronic voting machines (EVM) in the upcoming national election, saying that such machines can easily be manipulated.

  • electronic voting machine

    Hasty EVM plan for next JS polls

    With only a few months left before the national elections, the Election Commission is planning to use electronic voting machines in the polls amid opposition from different political parties including the BNP. The commission has even initiated a move to procure 1.5 lakh EVMs at an estimated cost of Tk 3,821 crore, EC sources told The Daily Star yesterday.

  • bangladesh 11th national election

    Army may not be given power of arrest

    The army is unlikely to get back the power to arrest anyone for violating electoral laws on the polling day.

  • bangladesh 11th national election

    Rangpur City Polls: EVM, CCTV to get a limited tryout

    The Election Commission has decided in principle to use CCTV cameras and electronic voting machines (EVM) at a few polling stations during the upcoming Rangpur City Corporation polls.

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