Doubts persist on who will be the opposition candidates that will occupy a seat in the National Assembly, due to inconsistencies between the quick count conducted by Participación Ciudadana (PC) and the official data of the National Electoral Council (CNE for its Spanish acronym).
According to PC, Ramiro Aguilar, of SUMA, had advantage in votes over other candidates, but according to the CNE, the candidate has only 232,651 votes (9.62% of his list).
While Carlos Vera, of the Partido Social Cristiano (PSC), has 594,091 votes (9.33% of his list) and Sylka Sánchez Campos, of the Partido Renovador Institucional Acción Nacional (PRIAN), has 238,852 votes (10.93% of her list ), both candidates, however, initially, have been discarded as assembly members by the quick count of PC.
Today the CNE will release the official data of who will be the National Assembly members and which presidential binomial has won. Tomorrow the official data of the provincial assembly members will be released.