A POLITICAL party believes that getting the results of the 2014 elections within 24 hours of the end of voting will be a logistical challenge.
However, the People's Democratic Party believes it can be done, especially with the one man, one vote system.
"We have done it in the past and we don't see why it can't be done now.
"Before, the preferential voting system dragged the counting of votes but it's clear-cut now," said PDP spokesman Nirmal Singh.
"But the ballot boxes shouldn't be moved around and the counting of votes should be conducted at the polling stations at the end of voting.
"Our party also believes the government should allow credible international election monitoring groups like the European Union and the Commonwealth to monitor and scrutinise every aspect of the political process."
Attorney-General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum has stated voting in the 2014 elections will be conducted in one day and the results posted within 24 hours of the end of the election process.