The National Primary Commission reported that it began training workshops for board members from the states of Guárico, Anzoátegui, Monagas, Delta Amacuro, Bolívar, Vargas, Carabobo, Táchira and Zulia
The Regional Boards of the National Primary Commission began training in electoral matters for the volunteers who will participate as polling station members in the opposition elections scheduled for October 22.
Through X, before Twitter, the CP noted that training workshops have been carried out in various sectors of at least nine of the country’s 23 states. He indicated that these meetings have taken place in Guárico, Anzoátegui, Monagas, Delta Amacuro, Bolívar, Vargas, Carabobo, Táchira and Zulia.
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The CP shared several photographs of the workshops, which have the objective – he added – of continuing to “successfully advance towards the primary election.”
The opposition grouped in the Democratic Unitary Platform (PUD) supported on Tuesday the CNP’s decision to maintain the date of the elections, despite the recent proposal of the National Electoral Council (CNE) to postpone them to November 19, in order to to provide “automated technical support”.
In a statement issued on Monday in response to the electoral body, the CNP recalled that the request for technical assistance was delivered on June 5 to the CNE, which “stopped responding” days later due to the resignation of the institution’s board of directors, for what anti-Chavismo chose to hold their votes in a manual and self-managed process.
For its part, the CNE ratified on Monday its willingness to provide technical support to the primaries “as proposed on September 28” – when it proposed postponing them for almost a month -, without responding to the requests made by the commission, which reiterated that the process “will be self-managed and manual.”
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