Elections to elect the highest representatives of the country begin in Nicaragua.

Managua: The general elections for the selection of the president, vice president and deputies begin today in Nicaragua, with an electoral roll of more than four million voters and six candidates for the highest position in the country, while the inauguration of the different positions will take place between January and February 2022, Radio Habana Cuba publishes.

The applicants’ campaign ran until last November 3, mostly from digital media, due to current sanitary conditions as a result of Covid-19.

According to the Supreme Electoral Council (CSE), 232 electoral companions from 27 countries and 600 national and foreign journalists will intervene in the process, qualified by the authorities and foreign representatives as free, democratic and sovereign.

Voters will go to 3,106 Voting Centers and 13,459 Voting Reception Boards (JRV), whose members include the parties with the first two positions in the last general elections: the ruling Sandinista National Liberation Front (FSLN) and of the Constitutional Liberal Party (PLC).

During the elections, the approximately 80 thousand members of the JRV, among those appointed for the positions and alternates, will guarantee the exercise of suffrage, the deposit of the votes in the corresponding polls and the scrutiny of the ballots, in addition to ensuring the order in each of the enclosures.

The regulations specify that no citizen may choose if he is not included or registered in the table roll; They also do not allow the presence of witnesses in the exercise of suffrage, the use of a photocopy of the identity document or that the JRV officials leave the place.

Other regulations are the prohibition of access to electoral spaces for people with clothing or propaganda allusive to partisan organizations and those in a state of drunkenness, while the distribution or removal from the premises of any material related to the process is illegal.

The measures make it impossible to carry out actions designed to disrupt or impede the normal development of the elections and, in accordance with the provisions, “voting may not be carried out outside the place or time established for it,” or fraudulently adding or subtracting electoral ballots  from the polls.

Por Redacción digital

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