Scytl’s Election Management System successfully used in Bosnia and Herzegovina during 2010 General Elections

Scytl’ s Election Management System (EMS) was successfully used by the Central Electoral Commission of Bosnia and Herzegovina (CEC) to manage their complex electoral process for the 2010 General Elections, including managing political parties and candidates, consolidating preliminary and final results and publishing them on the Internet, allocating mandates, generating reports and statistics. On Election Day approximately 3 million voters elected their representatives to the Bosnian and Serbian Presidency and National Assemblies and to 10 Cantonal Assemblies. The election results from 5,273 polling stations were efficiently consolidated at 142 Municipal Election Commissions, allowing the CEC to announce the first preliminary election results only a few hours after closing the polls. This project was awarded to Scytl by the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE).

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