The OAS will monitor the elections
The parties point to several irregularities in the process. The CNE will invite international observers in due time.
The monitoring plan signed earlier this year by the National Electoral Council (CNE) is not working, they say, and this generates more doubts than certainties.
So they opted for a new resource: resort to international bodies to ask overseers to do more than “electoral tourism.” So they monitor the entire process, from voter registration review, which is already underway.
“We requested the OAS to come immediately to the country so that the dead do not keep voting,” said yesterday Patricio Zuquilanda, leader of the Patriotic Society, one of the party representatives who went to Washington.