The Washington-based National Democratic Institute (NDI) on Tuesday shared initial findings from a survey carried out across the country in the wake of July’s national election, which found that one-third of the country’s eligible voters could not vote on election day. Laura Thornton, the NDI’s country director, said the survey was conducted nationwide to assess the impact of candidate debates organized by NDI, and also to understand people’s experiences on voting day in the wake of widespread reports of irregularities and complaints that people were unable to vote. The survey, conducted by the Center for Advanced Studies (CAS)
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