ISIE launches "Run4Democracy" game to encourage young people to vote | Tunisia News Gazette

ISIE launches “Run4Democracy” game to encourage young people to vote

The Independent High Authority for Elections (ISIE) announced on Friday the launch of a runner game called “Run for Democracy”.

This game targeting young people aims to develop the sense of citizen engagement among this group and encourage them to participate actively in public and political life, according to a statement released by the ISIE.

The game consists of “choosing an avatar and running on Habib Bourguiba Avenue or in a desert environment of southern Tunisia to be the first to register to vote in municipal elections.

This game guides Tunisian youth through an endless race to democracy by providing them with easy and useful information on registration and voting “.

By collecting the Tunisian flags and national identity card documents, the player should avoid obstacles and move from one level to another, as the identity card is a key element for access to the right to Vote, the election commission said in the statement.

In launching this game, ISIE aims to support and value the efforts of the four young people who invented and developed this game, as part of their participation in the first national competition the “Hack4Democracy camps”.

Source: TAP News Agency

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