Free application candidates who meet all the requirements of the TE, will begin to collect signatures on August 15


He specified that the entity has provided a manual that has become the instrument for free candidates.

Free application candidates who meet all the requirements of the TE, will begin to collect signatures on August 15

Ian Baylees, Director of Legal Advice at the TE. Photo: Radio Panama

The Electoral Tribunal (TE) made official the call for the general election of May 5, 2024, which is regulated through Decree 29 of May 30, 2022.

The director of Legal Advice of the TE, Ian Baylees, explained this Thursday, on Radio Panama, about the first phase of the electoral calendar that consists of the registration before the Electoral Court of the candidates for positions of popular election for the free application that began since Wednesday June 1 through July 31.

He specified that the entity has provided a manual that has become the instrument for free candidates.

“In all the positions of popular election we are seeing, in Latin America, that social networks are the vehicle that massifies, where fake news is also given,” he remarked.

He added that after the applicant complies with the corresponding memorial, on August 15 the collection of signatures will begin until July 1, 2023.

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