Often the fairness of the voting system is being discussed. Last year there was a big uncertainty if votes might have been bought by a country. In the EBU press conference it has been pointed out that the entire voting process should be as transparent as possible. Therefore a high measurement of security and fairness has been improved.
As reported earlier the name of the jury members are published and open to the public and can be read after on eurovision.tv
Like in former years a German company, based in Cologne, is responsible for the voting procedure and there will be 70 people just watching and controlling the correctness of the incoming votes. Furthermore the notarization will be executed by Price Waterhouse Cooper.
The jury televoting balance will be 50% in each country. Of course when there is an issue with the voting, only the jury votes will be taken into consideration.
After the ESC the votes from each jury member will be published as well as the complete televoting result.
So we can be sure that a fair voting will be guaranteed this year.