Súmate asks that all sectors of the country participate in choosing a new CNE

Súmate asks that all sectors of the country participate in choosing a new CNE

Súmate asks the National Assembly (AN) of 2020 that all sectors of the country participate in the election of the new National Electoral Council (CNE). The civil association maintained that the new CNE board of directors must undertake more than 100 activities for each of the next four electoral events.


join asked the 2020 National Assembly (AN) that all sectors of the country participate in choosing the new National Electoral Council (CNE).

This Thursday, June 29, through a press release, the civil association pointed out: “We endorse the repeated national demand to guarantee the participation of all sectors of Venezuelan society in the current process of electing the new CNE board of directors, fundamentally because It will have the duty and the great historical responsibility of organizing with total independence and autonomy the next Presidential elections in 2024, and the National, Regional and Municipal Assembly elections in 2025″.

Likewise, Súmate maintained that the new CNE board of directors must undertake more than 100 activities for each of the next four electoral events that, according to the electoral calendar, must be called to be held in 2024 and 2025. In this sense, he stressed that These activities “must be carried out in specific periods, which should not overlap with each other, and which are mostly provided for precisely in the Organic Law of Electoral Processes (Lopre) and the General Regulations of the Lopre.”

Thus, some of the activities must be carried out before the elections are called, others during the development of the electoral process and after the election day.

“For the organization of each of the next four elections mentioned in 2024 and 2025, the new CNE directory must call them in accordance with the end of the constitutional terms of those who are exercising these positions, as required by article 42 of the Organic Law of Electoral Processes and do it at least six months before the day of the election, in accordance with the provision established in article 298 of the Constitution of the Republic that prohibits the modification of the electoral regulations in this same period,” they underlined this Thursday.

For Súmate, it is also essential that the new CNE board of directors comply this year 2023 with the activities prior to the 2024 Presidential election, which go through the adaptation of the electoral legislation before the four elections that it must carry out in 2024 and 2025, “exercising the constitutional power of the legislative initiative in electoral matters. This will allow it to undertake the elaboration and presentation before the AN of the pending Bills such as the Referendum Law, the Electoral Offenses and Offenses Law, and the Reform of the Lopre and its General Regulations”.

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