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Voting is the most important principle of democracy. Indeed, democracy has been defined as a political system governed by the principle of "one man, one vote", even though this is, of course, not strictly true. With a true representative vote, citizens can ensure that their representatives will act according to the will of the people.
Trust in the integrity of a country’s voting system is necessary for a voting process to be valid. An Internet voting system then, must not only be secure, but also be perceived as secure. The first Team takes the position that Internet voting is too vulnerable to be trusted.