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Byline: Tarra Quismundo
THE COMMISSION ON ELECtions (Comelec) yesterday said that there was a vast room for improvement in the holding of automated polls in the country as the House committee on suffrage and electoral reforms issued a report calling the process a mixed success.
Comelec Chair Jose Melo has yet to read the full committee report but said much could be done to make the next polls criticism-free, such as launching a wider information drive and removing glitches in the technology.
We can improve it to make it almost error-free, criticism free, Melo told reporters with a chuckle at a briefing.
He, however, had emphasized that the Comelec …