The International Observer Mission gave their statements on the referendum process after last Saturday in Ecuador.
Enrique Correa, head of this Mission, said that the referendum held on Saturday won in transparency and efficiency in relation to other electoral processes, however the saw flaws in the counting of votes, indicating that there have been delay due to the little training of members of the polling stations (JRV), since only 35% of the members received training.
One of the recommendations made by the Head of Mission, was to modify the design of the counting process of records, as it is very complex and leads to slow, and emphasized to the strengthening the control of the use of public resources in campaigns.
Likewise he suggested revising Ecuadorian law on government involvement as a political subject and asked to ensure access to political delegates at the polls, as they watched scarce presence. However, he noted that there was transparency in the quick count.
Source: El Universo Newspaper