JCE culminates receipt of proposals to form electoral boards

JCE culminates receipt of proposals to form electoral boards

This Friday the members of the Plenary of the Central Electoral Board (JCE) concluded in Barahona Y flints with the process of receiving proposals from applicants to integrate the 158 electoral boards from the country.

This process is part of the preparation for the next municipal, congressional and presidential elections, to be held in 2024.

Samir Rafael Chami Isa, member of the Plenary and coordinator of the Commission of Electoral Boards and Political Parties, Groups and Movements, was in charge of the process where the various provinces and municipalities of the country were visited, in which the interested parties presented their proposals to be part of these electoral bodies.

According to the work schedule of the members of the Plenary of the JCEonce the process of receiving the proposal to be part of the electoral boardsthe works for the conformation and restructuring of the Offices for the Registration of Electors Abroad would be beginning in February (ocles)which are 16 in total.

still the JCE It has not informed the date on which it would be presenting the election of the people who will be part of these boards.

Some of the towns visited by members of the Plenary of the organization were Neiba, Jimaní, San Cristóbal, Baní, Guaymate, Oviedo, San José de Ocoa, Azua, San Juan de la Maguana, Elías Piña, Hato Mayor, among others.

At the end of the reception of proposals in Pedernales, the president of the JCERomán Jáquez Liranzo, pointed out that no matter where it is, the selection of the people who will be part of the electoral boards and the Ocles, will be carried out in accordance with the law.

In the case of the Electoral Board of the National District, it will be composed of a president and four members, while the others, by a president and two members.


Graduated in Social Communication, graduated from the UASD and journalist in Diario Libre.

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