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Usually and without much inconvenience: This is how Venezuela's election day passes

Usually and without much inconvenience: This is how Venezuela’s election day passes

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November 21, 2021, 21:25 GMT

Under this appointment with the ballot boxes, Maduro asserted that Venezuela has “the best electoral system in the world: easy, secure, accessible and above all protected and audited.”

After polling stations opened on Sunday, Venezuela’s regional and municipal elections are proceeding normally and without significant harassment. Vice President of the National Electoral Council Enrique Marquez. mentioned That by noon, 100% of the voting tables were set up in all states of the country and Certain That the electoral authority ensure that voting is “not under compulsion, and that it is free, protected and secret.”

Marquis has already exercised his right to vote and applauded Attendance of international observers: “It is very important that they come and point out the aspects that they think are not covered well in our process.” Other important figures of Venezuelan politics have already approached the voting tables, including President Nicolas Maduro, Vice President Delcy Rodriguez, Head of the Electoral Authority, Pedro Calzadela, and First Vice President of the Socialist United Party of Venezuela (PSUV), Diosdado Cabello.

Likewise, Henrique Capriles, the opposition leader and former presidential candidate in 2012, came to cast his vote. “that there is no one left without exercising their right to express themselves and to feel the voice of millions of Venezuelans throughout Venezuela,” books and Twitter.

Under this electoral appointment, Maduro recently addressed the nation and claimed Venezuela has “the best electoral system in the world: easy, secure, accessible, and above all protected and audited.” Secondly, trust The results of the poll will “enhance political dialogue, democratic governance, and resilience.”

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On November 21, more than 21 million Venezuelans over the age of 18 were summoned to exercise their right to more than 30,000 approved voting tables. In the elections, more than 70,200 candidates competed for 3,082 courses: 23 governors, 335 mayors, 253 state legislators, and 2,471 municipal councilors.

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