The National Primary Commission met with the presidential candidates and political representatives to report on the key aspects of the nomination process. According to the schedule presented on February 15, this process was scheduled to start on May 24, but it was postponed until June 5.
The National Commission for Primary met with the presidential candidates and their political representatives to report on the key aspects of the nomination process. According to the schedule presented on February 15, this process was scheduled to start on May 24, but it was postponed until June 5.
This Thursday, June 1, through their social networks, The CP indicated that on Wednesday, May 31, it received the pre-candidates or their representatives, in an information session on the application process that will take place from June 5 to 23.
As reported, among the pre-candidates, for the October 22 elections, who responded to the call of the Commission chaired by the lawyer Jesús María Casal are Tamara Adrián (United for Dignity) and Luis Balo Farias (Independent).
The pre-candidates Tamara Adrián and Luis Balo Farías personally attended yesterday’s information session with the National Primary Education Commission. pic.twitter.com/40K41aY0Qf
— VE National Primary Commission (@cnprimariave) June 1, 2023
The rest of the pre-candidates for the primaries of an opposition sector sent their representatives: Carlos Prosperi (AD in resistance) César Pérez Vivas (Concertación Ciudadana); Andrés Velásquez (LCR), Henrique Capriles (First Justice); Maria Corina Machado (Sales Venezuela); Roberto Enríquez (Copei) and César Almeida (UPP89).
In interview with The Electoral Guachimán, Jesús María Casal said that in the electoral ballots of October 22 there will be no party identifications or colors. However, the nominations of the pre-candidates may be supported by political organizations or by citizen signatures.
The lawyer pointed out that it is a call for all those who are committed to democracy. The pre-candidates must comply with the commitment to support whoever is elected.
This Thursday, June 1, the Primary Commission reported that the Regional Board for the Primary of the state of Monagas presented to the technical commission its preliminary proposal for the nucleation of voting centers. The next meeting will be on June 5, with the objective of receiving comments.
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