Voto electrónico en la Rusia moderna: debates, tecnologías, experimentos

  • Irina Akimova Altai State University, Russian Federation
  • Siyabshakh Shapiev Altai State University, Russian Federation
  • Olga Blinova Altai State University, Russian Federation
  • Vera Mankovskaya Altai State University, Russian Federation
  • Olga Kitnovskaia Altai Krai Election Commission, Russian Federation
Palabras clave: Elecciones, votación electrónica remota, sistemas de votación electrónica.

Resumen

Discutimos el creciente interés en el uso de medios técnicos para votar en elecciones y referéndums con una transición gradual al voto electrónico. Nuestro artículo aborda las peculiaridades del experimento sobre la organización y la realización de la votación electrónica remota en las elecciones de diputados de la Duma de la ciudad de Moscú de la séptima convocatoria, prevista para el 8 de septiembre de 2019. Además, el artículo analiza las ventajas y desventajas de votación electrónica, ofrece recomendaciones para eliminar algunos riesgos asociados con el uso de este tipo de votación electrónica. Los resultados recibidos del experimento permitirán definir las direcciones del trabajo posterior sobre la perfección de la regulación legal de la introducción en el proceso selectivo de las tecnologías digitales modernas. En caso de resultados positivos, se pueden desarrollar soluciones prácticas y tecnológicas que garanticen un mayor desarrollo del sistema de votación electrónica remota en Rusia.

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Publicado
2019-09-30
Cómo citar
Irina Akimova, Siyabshakh Shapiev, Olga Blinova, Vera Mankovskaya, & Olga Kitnovskaia. (2019). Voto electrónico en la Rusia moderna: debates, tecnologías, experimentos. Religación. Revista De Ciencias Sociales Y Humanidades, 4(19). Recuperado a partir de http://revista.religacion.com/index.php/about/article/view/533