CNE Renews Signature Verification Process
The National Electoral Council (CNE for its Spanish acronym) began last night the signature validation process and started with the rubrics of the Popular Democratic Movement (MPD for its Spanish acronym), after a one hour and twenty minutes delay.
CNE delegates indicated that the delay was given because MPD representatives refused to sign an information confidentiality contract.
On their behalf, members of the MPD stated that the document was not ready and held that the CNE did not exposed security guarantees of the system, so they could not sign anything.
Finally, after 21:00, there was an agreement between the political movement and those representing the CNE, and the validation process began. MZ
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