CNE monitors presidential candidates to “evaluate the performance” of the campaign – AlbertoNews

CNE monitors presidential candidates to “evaluate the performance” of the campaign – AlbertoNews
CNE monitors presidential candidates to “evaluate the performance” of the campaign – AlbertoNews

The head of the National Electoral Council (CNE), Aime Nogal, reported that the candidates’ performance will be evaluated as the campaign progresses.

During a visit to Lara state to oversee the operation of the electoral fairs, Nogal offered an update on the process.

“In the state of Lara, 65 electoral fair points have been deployed… And in the remaining 64, they will be able to obtain the programmed voting machine…”, the electoral rector communicated.

Around 1,000 polling stations are deployed across the country to allow voters to familiarize themselves with the voting system.

At the end of June, the head of the National Electoral Council (CNE), Aime Nogal, reported that around 20 presidents of electoral bodies from different countries will attend the electoral process on July 28.

He recalled that the event will also feature the participation of a panel of experts from the United Nations (UN) and the Carter Center.

Nogal reported that a thousand points were deployed nationwide for the electoral fair that begins this Friday and will extend until July 27. “This distribution was made taking into account the weight of the electoral register,” he added.

In an interview with the program Dos más Dos broadcast on Unión Radio, he indicated that the training of the polling station members for the elections will begin on June 28.

He also said that campaign financing activities have been carried out in accordance with the electoral schedule.

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