Therefore, these provisions, although devised to counter possible problems of multiple voting due to the possible abuses of registration on election day on supplementary lists, still create a serious risk of breaches to the secrecy of the vote. One may wonder whether a need really exists to write on each ballot counterfoil the name of the voter, since the reconciliation of ballot papers and voters who voted can be achieved in other ways (for example through counting signatures on voter lists and compare with the number of ballots found in the ballot box) which do not create the same risks.
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