Domingo Paredes, President of the National Electoral Council (CNE for its Spanish acronym) dismissed the accusations of alleged electoral fraud by the Social Cristiano political Party and Madera de Guerrero Movement (PSC-MG), ensuring that the false complaint is based on less than 1% of the total of electoral ballots of Guayas.
It also ensured that the complaint of these two lists will be invalidated once the Guayas Board of Elections has completed its work.
On February 22, the PSC-MG gave to Paul Salazar, vice president of the CNE, a sample of ballots reviewed by the computing center of the collective, that according to the leaders, is evidence that showed that this group was subtracted votes when the information was been digitized.
According to Council member Manuel Samaniego, one of the leaders who oversee the work of the computer center, have detected 138 cases with irregularities.
Samaniego remarked that they are comitting a fraud to remove the seat to several candidates in Guayas and said that in the upcoming days, the group will present ballots that also show also the harm to national assembly candidates.