Read about our plan to Digitize Romania, following 5 key domains: Education, Health, Environment, Vulnerable Groups, Participation.

 019  Vot ONG

 Participation for Romania: 
Transparent elections for civil society representatives 

 Solution is live 

VotONG is a platform that facilitates the process of appointing civil society representatives to various public institutions such as the Economic and Social Council (CES), the National Council for Combating Discrimination (CNCD), the Supreme Council of Magistracy (CSM) and other institutions. Election rounds will be organized via the platform, rounds in which non-governmental organizations can nominate their own candidates, can openly support a candidacy and can vote in open elections

Vot ONG

2020
launch year
788
NGO electors
5.466
votes cast through Vot ONG
14
Civil society representatives elected through Vot ONG

Developed pro bono by Code for Romania volunteers

VotONG Elections: 

Economic and Social Committee 2020

This electoral process offers Romanian Civil Society the opportunity to transparently appoint its representatives in bodies such as CES, CSM, CNI, CNCD, etc. It is proof of maturity and an important step towards the self-regulation of civil society. The VotOng platform offers civil society the chance to turn from observer into an actor completely involved in the process of appointing its own representatives.

Ionuț Sibian
President of the Foundation for Civil Society Development

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Solution built by

Alexandra Ștefănescu

Chief Technology Officer

Angel Râmboi

Technology Officer (pro bono)
Tudor Dan

Tudor Dan

Vlad Temian

Technology Officer (pro bono)

Anca Cismașiu

Technology Officer (pro bono)

Bogdan Ivanel

CEO

Florin Popovici

Technology Officer (pro bono)

Mihai Popa

Technology Officer (pro bono)

Nicu Surdu

Technology Officer (pro bono)

Olivia Vereha

Vice President of Product

Source Code

All code written by the Code for Romania community is open-source. We aim to build, contribute to and encourage the development of Romania's code library to increase the quality of software solutions in the public space and beyond. Open source development increases the quality of the digital infrastructure built by digital actors, reduces costs by reusing code in different contexts, increases transparency, eliminates reliance on single providers and encourages the strengthening of contributor communities among specialists who can report errors or improve components and functionality. Explore the code for this solution here:

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