Venezuelan CNE summons international observers for 28J – Periódico Invasor

On Thursday, Venezuela's National Electoral Council called on international and other organizations to act as observers in the electoral process for the presidential elections scheduled for July 28.

This came in press statements by the head of that body, Elvis Amoroso, who approved the dates of the electoral schedule until Election Day next July.

According to Lamoruso, invitations were to be sent to the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC), the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), the African Union (AU), the European Union (EU), and the Carter Center in the United States. The United States of America, among others, the details of which were not mentioned.

Amoruso's statement comes on the same day that the National Electoral Council published the schedule for the presidential elections on July 28, in addition to the most prominent dates already announced, such as the nomination period for candidates – from March 21 to 25 – or the electoral campaign period – from July 4 to 25. – Displays details of review or modification days for nominations, among other things.

The document specifies that the “institutional and communication campaign for the electoral process” began on Tuesday and will continue until voting day. In the same vein, he explained that the Commission on Political Participation and Finance (COPAFI) and the Office of Citizen Participation (ONAPA) on Wednesday issued a notice of invitation “to represent persons authorized to employ electioneering.”

According to the schedule, the “official notification of the application period” will be issued on Friday, although this period was previously announced on the same day the election date was announced.

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On the 18th of this month, the “special period for registration and updating of electoral registration” begins, whether in the country or abroad, in places where Venezuelans of voting age reside who are not registered or who must update their data to be able to exercise. Their right to vote.

Between May 22 and 29, the “final electoral register” will be created, through which the actual census of voters for the presidential elections will be known, which must be approved by the National Elections Commission, a condition that is expected to be met on May 6. /May. June, the same date on which it will be published on the administrative body’s website.

Starting from July 4, the date on which the campaign will officially begin, counting software, voting machines and other technological equipment will be audited, distributed in various regions, and tables installed on the 26th, within 48 hours. The beginning of election day.

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