[pp.int.general] LQFB: status quo in Germany // was: liquid feedback papers and/or data?
Eduardo Robles Elvira
edulix at gmail.com
Sun Apr 27 13:12:43 CEST 2014
On 27/04/14 13:12, Félix Robles wrote:
> What the delegates/representatives vote is public, but who delegated in
> them is secret (no one knows, not even the servers). And it's universally
> verifiable that the counting of votes is done without tampering.
You can read more about this here:
It's really nothing new: when you vote in general elections, your vote
is secret, and you're chosing a delegate (for 4-5 years). And then, the
position of those delegates is public in advance (electoral programs)
and post-hoc (vote of the MPs in parliament is 99.9% of the times public).
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