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The Current State of Electronic V oting In Korea and Japan. Asiacrypt 2003 Rump Session. Kyushu Univ. JAPAN Yong-Sork HER, Kouichi SAKURAI. 1/11. The latest voting rat io < A general election>. Japan. Korea. Date : April 13, 2000 Voting rat io 57.2 %. Date : Nov. 9, 2002

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The Current State of Electronic Voting

In Korea and Japan

Asiacrypt 2003

Rump Session

Kyushu Univ. JAPAN

Yong-Sork HER, Kouichi SAKURAI

1/11


The latest voting ratio< A general election>

Japan

Korea

Date : April 13, 2000

Voting ratio 57.2 %

Date : Nov. 9, 2002

Voting ratio 59.86 %

2/11


Electronic-Voting

  • To prevent the losses by the conventional voting system

  • Using Network and cryptography techniques

  • Automatic and fast voting procedure

  • Untill it is realized the home–voting, Convenient place-voting….

3/11


Korea

The Automatic Counting

  • In thePresidential-Election of Korea

  • < Dec.,19, 2002>

  • Reduction of counting time for

  • opening ballot

From The Chosun Ilbo

4/11


Okayama on 23, June (2002)

Niimi city : A mayoral and a municipal election

Japan

  • General voter

  • Absentee voter

  • Touch panel method like ATM

  • (Automated-teller Machine) of BANK.

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  • Necessity

  • - Japan election law :

  • If an absentee voter died or the loss of the right of casting

  • the ballot before Election Day, the ballot becomes

  • an invalid ballot.

News

  • An Amendment of Japan’s election law (4. June,2003)

  • Although an absentee voter died before election day,

  • the ballot is a valid ballot.

Japan election law in Okayama election

6/11


E-voting procedure

Inputs the IC card

in voting terminal

Receive IC-card

Authentication

Voting

Store the contents of voter

7/11


Analysis of Japan‘s e-voting

Items

The existed voting

1994 (Paper-voting)

The electronic Voting

2002

Voting officer

(43-voting place)

180-person

178-person

Counting officer

85-person

58-person

Admission member

(入会人)

13-person

13-person

  • Counting time

  • Major

  • Councilman

3 hours

4 hours 25 minutes

25 minutes

25 minutes

  • Invalid ballots

  • Major

  • Councilman

242

214

0

0

Voting ratio

92.06 %

86.82 %

Election costs

\11,630,000

\16,460,000

8/11


Analysis of Japan ‘s e-voting(Cont.)

Candidate

Group

The ratio of votes obtained

E-voting

< General voter>

Existing voting

<Absentee voter>

Candidate 1

78.4 %

69.6 %

Candidate 2

9 %

11.5 %

Candidate 3

5 %

13.3 %

Candidate 4

7.6 %

5.6 %

Total

100%

<14,966 persons>

100 %

<1719 persons>

9/11


Comparison of Korea and Japan In real election

Reservation

Voting

Counting

KOREA

Paper Voting

E-voting

JAPAN

E-voting

Paper Voting

10/11


I think

The E-voting will be realized in the future.

Conclusion

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