The National Office of Electoral Processes (ONPE) finished counting the electoral records of the internal partisan elections of May 15 and 22.
In the case of the indirect internal elections, through delegates, the 308 electoral records finished counting on May 31.
The indirect election modality was used by 10 political parties and 77 regional movements to elect their candidates for the regional and municipal elections on October 2.
In turn, the accounting of the 5,744 minutes of the internal elections held on Sunday, May 15, ended on June 1.
For these elections, a total of 5 political parties, 53 regional movements and an electoral alliance went to the polls to elect their candidates for the regional and municipal elections of October 2, 2022. That same day, 10 political parties and 78 regional movements did the same to elect delegates.
To carry out the general computation of results, ONPE prepared, on Sundays May 15 and 22, its Electoral Computing Systemin the presence of representatives of the political organizations themselves and representatives of the bodies of the electoral system.
The computer center and digitization centers had the necessary equipment to ensure continuous operation. The computer center is an environment where the electoral records were processed and had special areas with restricted access. Likewise, it had an exclusive environment for the representatives and observers, from which they could observe and monitor all the activities.
The party elections were the first in the country’s electoral history to elect subnational candidates with mandatory participation of the Electoral system.