There are many inaccuracies, many systemic flaws, many things are regulated by other laws, and then thrown into the Electoral Code. This text of the Electoral Code has been changed 33-34 times and it is becoming banal to talk about the need to change it, said State Election Commission (SEC) President Oliver Derkoski in a televised debate yesterday.
“There are provisions in the Election Code that clash with each other and you cannot find the right interpretation. All the luck in this situation is that like the SEC, we have the opportunity and the right to adopt bylaws, guidelines, rulebooks, to somehow rearrange it,” he said.
Derkoski says that precise arrangement of all things is needed.