After five months of consensus, 10 political groups signed a national agreement with a view to the elections of 2017. The agreement intends to monitor the transparency of the process, but rules out joint candidacies or alliances.
The initiative came from the public. It was an NGO that made the first approaches. What unites 10 organizations? All have the same vision about the work the National Electoral Council (CNE) must fulfill in the elections of 2017 so that the will of the voters is reflected.
Those who signed the National Agreement for transparent and fair elections and who spoke to Daily Expreso make something clear: this unit does not mean “in any way” a political agreement, a commitment or alliances of candidates for the next election.