Electoral Tribunal explains who can make electoral propaganda

The Electoral Tribunal informs the political parties that are in the campaign period due to their primary elections, and the respective pre-candidates that are participating in them, that they may only make electoral propaganda in the following cases:

1) The party regarding the institutional campaign

2) The pre-candidates in the circumscriptions in which there will be primary elections.

Candidates for elected positions in constituencies that are reserved for issues of future alliances, or in those in which primary elections will not be held, must refrain from making electoral propaganda in their own name in order to comply with the electoral ban.

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