South Korea Sets Guidelines for Ballot Validity
South Korea has released guidelines on the validity of votes ahead of the upcoming general elections, stating that any ballot with a damaged integrity will be considered invalid. The guidelines also mentioned that voters cannot stamp the seal on more than one alliance or candidate, add any special signs or names besides the official seal, or have any item in the envelope that serves as a sign. The ballots will also be invalidated if they are torn or scribbled on. The guidelines aim to ensure the fairness and transparency of the election. The general elections are set to take place on April 15th, 2020.