After 1:30 pm, graduates and retirees from the UCV Faculty of Legal and Political Sciences pointed out that the process “has been slow. There is an approximate wait of 20 minutes between one group and another. I’ve been in line for two hours,” said a graduate
The elections at the Central University of Venezuela (UCV) are advancing with few problems on June 9, the second attempt by the university to renew 293 posts, including the four rectory authorities.
Cecilia García-Arocha, rector of the UCV, commented that earlier she spoke with members of the electoral commission and the members of that body expressed their satisfaction with the progress of the process. When asked about participating in the process, she clarified that fewer people are seen because the process flows quickly.
«I think that if people did not come to vote in the morning it is because they expected to know what was happening at the UCV. I have seen a lot of people, teachers, graduates, students. I express and calculate, within the sentiment of the commission, that in the afternoon more people will come to vote,” said the rector.
While jesus mendoza, president of the Federation of University Centers of the UCV, assured that all the tables in all the faculties are fully functioning. He pointed out that the process is being monitored by the Comptroller and Monitoring Commission and by the electoral commission itself.
From the Faculty of Economic and Social Sciences, the voting process for active professors, students and retirees is running normally. “The difference compared to last time is huge,” said a student
Maria Herrero, a computer teacher, commented that the process so far has been quick and without any problems. “You have to come to vote because you have to exercise your right to vote, give your opinion and get the things you want.”
After 1:30 pm, graduates and retirees from the Faculty of Legal and Political Sciences pointed out that the process “has been slow. There is an approximate wait of 20 minutes between one group and another. I have been in line for two hours,” said a graduate.
Federico Brito, coordinator of the electoral subcommittee of the Faculty of Dentistry, commented that the process has flowed quickly. This faculty has five tables for employees and workers, a table for students and a table for graduates. Voting began after 8:00 am and will be until 7:00 pm
Live | Live | From the Faculty of Economic and Social Sciences, the voting process for active professors, students and retirees is running normally.
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In Dentistry, it is expected to receive a maximum of 2,500 voters “At this time (1:20 pm) more than 300 students have voted, 75 active professors and the number of graduates is greater than that of students,” Brito said.
Hugo Villarroel, member of the electoral subcommittee of the Faculty of Sciences, commented that the organization of this electoral process has been better than the previous one. However, he says there has been less influx. He believes that more people will arrive in the afternoon to exercise their right to vote.
«I think that unlike the previous time, people will come in the afternoon. In terms of organization, the goals are being met.
Evelyn Ruiz, president of the electoral commission of the University of Carabobo (UC), also appeared in the UCV elections.
Ruiz commented that they came as observers to evaluate the process at this university, because they are discussing their own regulations for holding elections. The UC regulation maintains the same proportion of votes as in the UCV regulation, but they hope that even though there are precise observations and modifications to the document presented, this will be the fixed regulation that remains for the next electoral processes.
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