[E-voting] Submissions to the Commission

Catherine Ansbro cansbro at eircom.net
Thu Mar 11 23:39:16 GMT 2004

I think this is a good idea.  We should have a group submission that 
represents the whole group.  And our individual voices should also be 
heard.  One should not rule out the other.


>Hi all,
>While the ICTE should undoubtedly make a submission, and hopefully the 
>Commission will
>allow that submission to be made verbally, (Good thinking Colm) it is also 
>important that
>everybody - everybody - who has an opinion on this issue should make an 
>The Commission will announce how many submissions they received, and it is 
>critical that
>the number be in the thousands, not in the dozens.
>I suggest that we all take on board the points made during the drafting of 
>the ICTE
>submission, but we should all write individual submissions rather than 
>multiple copies of
>one document.
>It may also prove useful to set up a server to hold copies of the 
>individual submissions -
>  for those who want to make their's public. This could be done using ICTE 
> resources, or
>separately, as appropriate. The benefit is that it would allow journalists 
>and other
>interested parties to review the submissions and comment knowledgably on 
>the material the
>Commission used in reaching its decision.
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