JS Polls 2018 EVM | The Daily Star
  • How to vote in an EVM

    For the first time, Bangladesh’s parliamentary elections will be using Electronic voting machines (EVMs) and voters of Dhaka-6 and-13, Chattogram-9, Rangpur-3, Khulna-2 and Satkhira-2 will have the privilege of trying it out.

  • Election Commission finalises 6 seats for EVM use in 11th parliamentary election 2018

    EC picks 6 seats for EVM use

    Electronic voting machines will be used in Dhaka-6 and-13, Chattogram-9, Rangpur-3, Khulna-2 and Satkhira-2 constituencies in the upcoming parliamentary election.

  • 6 constituencies to see EVM use

    The Election Commission yesterday finally clarified its position on the use of electronic voting machines in the December 30 national election, saying EVMs would be used in all polling centres of six constituencies.

  • Chief Election Commissioner KM Nurul Huda talks

    No backing out of EVM use: CEC

    Despite strong opposition from the Jatiya Oikyafront, the election commissioners will sit today and decide how and in which places the electronic voting machines will be used.

  • 11th Nat'l Polls: Rob threatens to sue govt, EC if EVM is used

    A top leader of Jatiya Oikyafront yesterday threatened to sue the government and the Election Commission (EC), if Electronic Voting Machines (EVM) are used in the upcoming general election.

  • EVM use in national election

    EC finalises EVM-included electoral code

    The Election Commission finalises the electoral code for upcoming parliamentary election, which includes use of electronic voting machines (EVMs).

  • President of Bangladesh Abdul Hamid

    President promulgates RPO change ordinance

    President Abdul Hamid promulgates the ordinance of the amendment to the Representation of the People Order (RPO) with provision of using Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) in the elections.

  • EVM use in Bangladesh General Election

    EVM use in JS polls gets nod

    The cabinet yesterday approved major changes to the Representation of the People Order, paving the way for the use of Electronic Voting Machines in polls and relaxing the rules on loan defaulters contesting the polls.

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