POP Vote is the first digital voting system of the nation-state of the Principality of Seborga. Faster, simpler, more transparent and decentralized, the POP Vote has already been tested for the first time in a simulation of municipal elections in the Federative Republic of Brazil.
The innovative POP Vote system, derived from the Blockchain technology of the Nation State of the Principality of Seborga, was selected by the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa), and is in the running to be selected by other countries. In detail, the POP Vote was selected as a transparent and secure online voting solution at the International Municipal Forum of BRICS countries, held on 5 and 6 November 2020 in Saint Petersburg. Thus, this Blockchain solution developed by the e-Principality of Seborga in partnership with INEPP was tested in real-life conditions during a simulation of the municipal elections held on 15 November 2020 in the Brazilian city of Curitiba.
Lack of transparency, potential for fraud, costly counting system… the traditional voting process has long shown its limitations. The recent news is there to confirm this, especially with the accusations of fraud launched by Donald Trump or the problems of logistics to recover and count the votes by mail during the last US presidential election.
In his quest for excellence in public policy, Prince Nicolas Mutte therefore had the very good idea to initiate the POP Vote for the Nation State of the Principality of Seborga. This voting system derived from the Blockchain technology of the e-Principality of Seborga has many advantages:
Le Prince souverain Martial 1er, élu à la tête de l’État-nation par la volonté du peuple (Déclaration Solennelle) s’inscrit dans une nouvelle ère politique mondiale, basée sur les valeurs universelles et fondamentales. Sensible à la protection de l’environnement et aux questions écologiques, il s’affaire sur le sort de l’équilibre économique des nations pour le respect des cultures et des peuples, et s’est engagé dans l’Agenda 2030 des Objectifs de Développement Durable (ODD) définis par les Nations Unies via Sa plateforme « Get on Board for SDG Ten-Year Surge ».