This is how official scrutiny is carried out: it cannot be hacked because it`s a manual and physical process
The official and final scrutiny of 10-N elections results cannot be hacked or delayed with respect to their usual deadlines, since it`s a manual and physical process that will not occur during November 10 night , according to experts in the process. The general scrutiny is carried out by Provincial Electoral Boards between third and sixth day after elections and is public.
The technical and human controls facilitate the maximum guarantees in the scrutiny. Each table is composed of a president and two members and, together with them, the auditors and representatives of the political formations are present. Once the ballot box is opened after closing of the polling stations, the president of the table removes, one by one, the envelopes, opens them, reads each ballot aloud and shows it to vowels, auditors and proxies.