Inhabitants of Azuay and Santo Domingo de los Tsachilas are being indoctrinated in the use of the electronic voting system that the National Electoral Council (CNE) applies in these provinces to the sectional elections of February 23.
Both systems have a different operating mechanism, so the purpose of the CNE is that the voters know how the machines work and begin to use them.
At the same time the CNE will begin next Thursday, December 5, with the raffle to choose members of the polling stations (JRV), which will be installed in the elections of 2014. For this, the full entity must update the relevant regulations to establish the order of priority, so said the vocal of CNE Magdala Villacis.
The vocal said that the selection will be random, and that the citizens who have already participated in a polling station will have first priority, followed by public servants, private employees, teachers and students (college and high school). The other members of the electoral roll are at the end of the priority of payments. Villacis said that the raffle will be electronic.