Between October 31 and today, 170 people have registered as candidates to be part of the new board of directors of the National Electoral Council (CNE), Venezuela’s independent branch of government that is the highest electoral institution in the…
Between October 31 and Tuesday, 52 people have registered as candidates to be part of the new board of directors of the National Electoral Council (CNE), Venezuela’s independent branch of government that is the highest electoral institution in the country.…
The Vice President of Venezuela’s National Electoral Council (CNE), Sandra Oblitas, announced on Friday the close of the electoral calendar for this year and expressed satisfaction over the fact that the results of the recent municipal elections on December 8…
On Thursday, Venezuela closes the process of electoral campaigning ahead of the municipal elections this Sunday, December 8, in accordance with the calendar established by the National Electoral Council (CNE).
The president of Venezuela’s National Electoral Council (CNE), Tibisay Lucena, announced this weekend that 88,416 witnesses from Venezuelan political parties have been accredited in municipal boards to participate in the upcoming municipal elections on December 8. Meanwhile, 50 international accompaniers…
The indelible ink that is to be used in municipal elections in Venezuela on December 8 was audited certified on Thursday by representatives of the political party and technicians from the National Electoral Council (CNE).
A total of 335 observatories for peace will be installed in Venezuela by the government in order to guarantee peace and tranquility before, during and after the municipal elections of December 8, announced President Nicolas Maduro on Tuesday.
On Thursday, electoral information booths will be opened in all municipalities throughout Venezuela so that the National Electoral Council (CNE) may provide information to citizens who are registered to vote in the municipal elections this December 8.
On Monday, according to the calendar of activities in preparation for Venezuela’s municipal elections this December 8, representatives of different political parties began to audit the software used to tally the votes and issue the results of the voting.
The presidential election in Venezuela on April 14, which resulted in a victory by Nicolas Maduro, was “fair, transparent, participatory and well-organized” according to a new report by the National Lawyers Guild (NLG), a U.S.-based organization that was present to…