Venezuela offers update on consultation for the Essequibo | News

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The National Electoral Council (CNE) of Venezuela reported this Monday that a total of 20,694,124 citizens are authorized to vote in the consultative referendum on Guayana Esequiba on December 3.


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At a press conference to update data on the consultation for Essequibo, the president of the CNE, Elvis Amoroso, specified that the total number of voters is 21,027,120 and the number of voters eligible for the day of December 3 is 20,694,124.

Regarding the balance of the cadastre day carried out in the country, as part of the preparations for the referendum, Amoroso specified that 15,839 voting centers will be enabled for this consultation.

In this sense, he announced that after this cadastre process, 14,262 existing voting centers and 1,577 new centers were counted.

Regarding the electoral infrastructure, he specified that it is made up of 24 federal entities, 335 municipalities, 1,141 parishes, 15,839 voting centers and 28,027 polling stations, to facilitate the possibility of voting.

He clarified that a cut was made in the electoral registry and to date the country has a total of 21 million 27,120 voters.

The rector called to vote in this referendum under the slogan "all united in the consultative vote for Essequibo."

“All of Venezuela was visited for this cadastre day, where we feel deeply proud,” said Amoroso, explaining that they maintain contact with different sectors at the international level that participated in the Barbados agreement, which have been asking for information.

In this regard, he stated, “this CNE has fulfilled 98% of the commitments acquired in the Barbados agreement.


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