This Monday, August 9, Venezuela’s National Electoral Council (CNE) began the process of announcing the nominations of candidates put forth by all political parties and political organizations for participation in the regional and municipal elections scheduled for November 21. The CNE process will be ongoing until August 29.
The information was provided by the Principal Rector of the National Electoral Council (CNE), Tania D´Amelio, who through her official Twitter account @taniadamelio, wrote: “According to the electoral schedule, the #CNE begins today and until August 29, the process of presentation, admission, or rejection of the applications of the candidates who will participate in the #Regional and Municipal Elections of #21Nov.”
D`Amelio explained that the electoral schedule allots this period of 20 days within the planning and development for the upcoming elections.
De acuerdo al cronograma electoral, el #CNE da inicio a partir de hoy y hasta el 29 de agosto, al proceso de presentación, admisión o rechazo de las postulaciones de los candidatos y candidatas que participarán en las #EleccionesRegionalesyMunicipales del #21Nov pic.twitter.com/alsSkfFtDc
— Tania D´Amelio (@taniadamelio) August 9, 2021
The process for the registration of candidates for future elections with the CNE has already started.
Featured image: CNE headquarters. File photo.
Translation: Orinoco Tribune