The acting President, Vjosa Osmani, has sent a letter to the Central Election Commission, regarding the voting process and verification of applications for diaspora voting.
She has requested a review of the decision taken by the Central Election Commission to verify applications by telephone, reports Insajderi.
“The right to vote is a fundamental right, guaranteed by our Constitution and all international conventions on human rights. As such, the right to vote is an inalienable right, which cannot be conditioned on a phone call. This decision, and specifically its point IV, can create circumstances with which the right to vote is flagrantly violated “, writes in Osmani’s letter, addressed to Daka.
The Central Election Commission ruled that expatriates who do not verify their application by telephone are denied the right to vote. /Insajderi.com