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Venezuela continues the opening of voting centers four hours late

Caracas, Dec 6 (EFE) .- The president of the National Electoral Council (CNE) of Venezuela, Indira Alfonzo, reported this Sunday that 95% of the voting centers for legislative elections were already open around 2:00 p.m. GMT, four hours after the planned for the total opening of these points. “At this time we have 99.9% of the national installation and 95% of the opening of voting centers throughout the country,” Alfonzo said in his first bulletin, without detailing which regions have the delay. Some 20.7 million Venezuelans are called to participate in this contest in which 14,400 candidates compete for 277 seats. “We are talking about 14,220 voting centers (…) Venezuelans will have the opportunity today, December 6, to exercise the right to vote freely and sovereignly,” Alfonzo continued. The electoral norm establishes that the centers must open at 6:00 local time (10:00 GMT), a principle that is always met with a low percentage of delay due to problems in the constitution of voting tables such as electrical failures or the absence of staff. The rector insisted on a call to participate in these elections, which will not be attended by the opposition majority that currently controls the National Assembly (AN, Parliament) and which will not be recognized by the European Union (EU) or by the Organization of American States (OEA). To vote “trusting totally and absolutely in what has been the staging of an electoral service of the CNE, where each and every one of the conditions has been met so that today we can exercise quickly (…) sure and trustworthy our vote, “he said. The CNE reported through its Twitter account that the process is being observed by “international observers” from countries such as Chile, Ecuador, Spain, the United States, Guatemala, Italy, Panama, Peru, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic and some nations. from Africa. “There is a national mobilization, avoiding agglomerations (…) we are setting a great example today as a country,” the rector later added to journalists, recalling that the CNE is monitoring compliance with biosecurity measures to prevent the spread of the pandemic by covid-19, which so far has left 916 deaths in the country. (c) EFE Agency

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