LAU democracy reported flawed lead students to boycott voting

Students casting boycot votes, part of the “When your voice is silenced #Boycott” Campaign outside LAU upper gate on October 4, 2019
A poster circulating social media throughout Election days October 1–4, 2019
Campaign managers outside LAU Middle gate, October 4, 2019
A poster circulating social media throughout Election days October 1– 4, 2019
  1. Student Council candidates don’t have the power to fulfill their promises
  2. The university can know who each person voted for
  3. Supporters pressure voters in-campus to use their phone.
  4. Using previous tests to bribe students
  5. Cases of people who didn’t vote but documented a vote. “We think people are hacking the voting system” . This is backed up by instances of students voting for other students during last year’s election

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