The US Cybersecurity Agency Calls The Elections "The Safest in History"

The United States Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA, for its acronym in English), has assured this Friday that the presidential elections of last November 3 were the safest in the history of the country, without ever detecting evidence of vote manipulation or failure in the counting systems. 

The statement follows rumours spread by the outgoing president, Donald Trump, and members of his campaign, who accuse the voting software and voting machine company Dominion Voting Systems, of eliminating and altering votes initially destined for the president. 

One of his accusers was Trump's adviser and former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani, who denounced a "widespread error" in the Michigan state vote. The state authorities have confirmed a voting error in one of the counties, Antrim, corrected in favour of President Trump, but they have assured that it was simply a human error and not a problem with the voting software or the machines. 

"There is no evidence that any voting system has eliminated or lost votes, altered votes, or was affected in any way," according to a joint statement sent by the agency and the Government Coordination Council for Electoral Infrastructure (GCC). In the note, and in the face of "many unfounded assertions" and examples of "misinformation about the electoral process", both parties express their greatest confidence in the security and integrity "of the presidential elections which, they have stressed," were the safest in the history of the United States "

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