The National Election Jury (JNE) It has been resolved the extension of the term for 72 hours for the registration of lists, but, in light of what happened up until last night, there is still no certainty that the political groups will be able to ensure the greatest amount of paperwork to participate in the regional and municipal elections of 2022: of 13 thousand lists that are expected to be registered, until 8:30 pm yesterday we were barely at 3693.
Although the figure could have increased until midnight, nothing guarantees that between today and tomorrow the registration of some 9,000 lists can be completed, as can be deduced from the number of participations that there were in the internal ones.
Inside the JNE there were reports about the slowness in the Declara system, as they reported, for technological reasons unrelated to the institution.
This due to the agglomeration of virtual procedures at the last minute, by political groups. Despite the fact that this was seen coming from days before June 14 (last day of the term), the JNE would not have taken the forecasts of the case either.
Newly As a result of the repeated demands of political organizations, technical staff of the institution would have repowered the system. In fact, yesterday there were already more claims in relation to the platform.
Of the 3,693 lists with a record of the registration process, 79 corresponded to regional candidacy lists.
These lists correspond to 47 groups, between parties and movements. Those that reported the most lists were Alianza Para el Progreso (12), Frente de la Esperanza 2021 (9), Somos Perú (9) and Avanza País (7).
On the other hand, there are groups with a low record. This is the case of Peru Libre and Acción Popular, with just one list; while Fuerza Popular had only two in Callao and La Libertad.
As to the lists for provincial mayors, of the 3,693, 466 were for this government instance, according to the cut we made at 8:30 p.m.
In this bloc, the party with the largest number of provincial lists was Somos Perú (48), followed by APP (42) and Avanza País (39). Acción Popular reported 21 lists.
And there are groups that currently have very few provincial lists, as is the case of Fuerza Popular (barely 9), Renovación Popular (11), Perú Libre (14) or Podemos Perú (18). The figures, of course, will increase, although the trend is not auspicious.
Finally, in the case of the district lists (3,148 until 8:30 pm), there are regions where the level of participation is low and with a weak tendency to increase. This is the case of Tumbes, but over Puno (only 48 lists) and Huancavelica (79 lists). In Apurímac they barely reached 83 lists and in Amazonas they were at 63.
According to general information in the JNE, an average of forty regional movements until last night failed to register any list.
The term extended by the JNE expires this Friday, June 18. As of today, we are still far from approaching the 13,000 lists that were estimated to participate, starting with the internal elections. Between today and tomorrow some nine thousand lists would have to register.
The milestone is maintained
Speaking to the institutional channel of the JNE, the spokesman for the electoral body, Luis Alberto Sánchez, explained that the milestone of June 14 set in the electoral schedule continues to be respected. The official added that The deadline to complete the presentation of lists has only been extended for the groups that have started the process until Tuesday at 11:59 p.m.
The JNE has so far avoided giving details about the political groups that eventually have not started the procedure within this deadline.
The spokesman for the electoral body yesterday urged the political parties and movements to continue with the virtual procedure and the registration of information, and not wait until the last day.
Ambassador of the United States met with heads of the ONPE and the JNE
The United States Ambassador, Lisa Kenna, held a meeting yesterday with the heads of the National Elections Jury (JNE), Jorge Salas, and the National Office of Electoral Processes (ONPE), Piero Corvetto.
The information was disseminated from the institutional account of the aforementioned embassy on Twitter. In the communication they specify that they spoke “about the importance of ensuring the independence of electoral bodies”.
The meeting took place in a context in which a sector of the political class that lost the 2021 general elections still intends to attack the electoral bodies.
Precisely, Yesterday, the final report of the investigative commission chaired by Jorge Montoya (Popular Renovation) was reviewed in the plenary session of Congress. about the alleged fraud. The document did not record any information that approaches possible fraudulent acts.
Timeline. The next iconic date within the electoral process is August 3, when it is up to the JNE to publish the consolidation of registered lists.
strikethroughs Then there is a deadline to process and resolve strikeouts or exclusions in the first instance, until August 18.