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Question: When election results are not accepted by the candidates, what should be done? CPNN article: Participate in Democracy: Cuba, Venezuela, Bolivia, could Mexico be ne
Posted: Aug. 03 2006,05:20

I believe that the question of disputed elections is far more complicated than indicated in this article.

I am one of those who protested against the "theft" of the last presidential election in the United States in the state of Ohio, where it appears that the computers were "rigged".

We need the kind of election supervision by independent bodies that was done in the previous elections (including, by the way, in Venezuela) by the Carter Commission.

See the previous discussion in CPNN on the topic
What would it take for the U.S. presidential election to be fair?.
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