Authorities of the Institutional Renewal Party of National Action (PRIAN for its Spanish acronym) arrived last Monday to the National Electoral Council (CNE for its Spanish acronym) with 32 boxes full of membership forms, i.e., close to 179,211 additional signatures.
Deputy Director of PRIAN, Wilson Sanchez and national secretary of PRIAN, Freddy Bravo officially announced the delivery of new signatures to be supplemented to the 185,958 initially validated by the CNE, which allowed the registration.
Sanchez, says that the additional signatures are being given as a preventive measure to avoid disqualification.
Bravo pointed out that the delivery of signatures does not mean they support the CNE revising process, and that PRIAN will continue looking for new members to get even more back up.
In addition, the leaders claim to have 200,000 extra signatures to deliver if necessary. MZ