Delegates of the international organization noted that the consultation met the international standards and national legislation in the areas of speech and transparency of the electoral administration.
At 10:30 today, observers of the Organization of American States (OAS) will issue their report on the development of of the referendum day held on the weekend. “It’s going to be a credible report, that’s for sure,” said the head of the mission of the international body, Enrique Correa.
He anoted that observers saw no political movements on Saturday, a situation that he says, “would have helped improve the clarity of the process.”
A total of 45 delegates, of the OAS staff, was distributed on the campuses in the country, where no news reported.
Source: Daily El Telégrafo