Posted On 03 Jan 2017
The country is now entering the final stage of the electoral process, in which the future President and Vice-President of the Republic, the new composition of the National Assembly and representatives to the Andean Parliament will be defined.
The New Year holidays were used by some candidates to lower the intensity of their work and to take forces for the campaign next to their families and their supporters.
Others also used that time to record the promotional spots for radio and television that will begin to be heard and seen from today until February 16, the day the official campaign ends.
The electoral contest comes amid distrust and denunciations of opposition political organizations that have not stopped questioning the alleged irregularities in the formation of the electoral registry, with 13.8 million voters.
Also regarding the impartiality of the National Electoral Council (CNE) when controlling the official propaganda and a supposed use of public resources that would benefit the candidacies of the government party.