IECC and IEC Agree on Decision to Count Ballot Paper Sans Biometric Barcode as Valid Vote

The IECC and IEC have both made a decision on Tuesday to count the ballot papers that lack a biometric barcode as valid votes if, and only if the voter lists are approved by the observers. Earlier the IECC had announced that votes without biometric barcode will be declared invalid, soon after the parliamentary elections got over.

This agreement comes after IEC’s decision earlier today, to count votes that have been cast without voter details getting registered in biometric devices.

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