The images implied that the elections were already arranged, however, the The Registrar’s Office met the video and assured, categorically, that it was false.
Through its official Twitter account, the entity assured that “before the publication of videos and images where figures prior to the vote of the second round of the presidential election appear, the National Registry of Civil Status informs that the entity does not make simulations or statistical projections on results”.
Similarly, they recalled that results are only communicated in official bulletins that are disseminated after the voting closes and guaranteed the transparency of these elections: “There are more than 71,000 electoral witnesses of the Historical Pact and more than 52,000 of the League of Anti-Corruption Governors and software owned by the Electoral Organization is audited by the campaigns.”
Finally, they invited citizens to “not fall into disinformation and go only to official portals and media.”
It should be remembered that the June 19 elections will have eight international observation missions, more than 410 observers from international organizations and accredited NGOs from 33 countries and 55 organizations that will monitor the electoral process.