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Haifa: Furor breaks out after glitch misplaces 5,000 votes

Published: 10.24.13, 00:30 / Israel News

Police were alerted to the Sport's Hall in Romema, Haifa, where the city's central election committee was situated, because of a furor that broke out in wake of technical error in one of the computers charged with counting soldiers' absentee ballots.

 

As a result of the glitch, 5,000 votes didn't tally up, causing tensions to rise. The atmosphere calmed as police arrived. Yossi Haham, a lawyer serving as the committee's chairperson told Ynet that technicians would arrive in the morning to fix the error and in the meantime a manual count would talk place. (Ahiya Raved)

 

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