8 oct. 2012


Caracas, 08 Oct. AVN.- The partial and updated results released by the National Electoral Council (CNE), with 94,19 percent of votes counted accurately indicated an overall victory for president Hugo Chavez Frias, with 54,84 percent of votes of electors that participated in the presidential elections of October 7th for period 2013-2019.
According to a report released by CNE, consulted at 8:30 am on Monday, Henrique Capriles obtained 44,55 percent of the votes. This report is based upon the count of 14,610,768 votes as result of assessing 37,078 acts of scrutiny.
On Sunday night, CNE president Tibisay Lucena announced the first bulletin with 90 percent of electoral results which also represented a turnout record of 80,94 percent. It said Hugo Chavez Frias won with 54,42 percent of votes while Henrique Capriles took 44,97 percent.
Lucena said these first partial results were obtained from counting 13,677,934 ballots. Besides, she added that 35,122 acts were assessed and the number of invalid ballots was 273,954 votes.
The CNE president congratulated all voters that came out to vote this Sunday and praised the outstanding work done by the Bolivarian Armed Forces and Plan Republic on the cooperation of processes, as well as by operators of Electoral Power.
AVN 08/10/2012 

1 oct. 2012

Opposition prepares alleged technical tie scenario to shout fraud

Rnv Web Press / Correo Del Orinoco.
27 Septiembre 2012

Caracas. - The national chief of the Carabobo Campaign Command (CCC), Jorge Rodriguez, denounced on Wednesday that the Venezuelan opposition seeks to shout an alleged technical tie in the final stretch of campaigning, to pronounce for electoral fraud in the presidential elections on next October 7.

This complaint was made by ​​Rodriguez from Falcon State, in a meeting with national and international media, where he presented a brief analysis of recent studies conducted by pollsters such as Datanálisis and Hinterlaces, giving as the winner to the Homeland candidate, Hugo Chavez, with a gap of 16 points over the opposition's candidate Henrique Capriles Radonski.

He clarified that the montage of the right winh has the sole intention of being able to shout for electoral fraud. "The real plan is that right after the incontrovertible results that Chavez wins are announced, they will shout for fraud," he stated.

He urged the opposition sector to stop be thinking that the supposed "hidden vote" will favor Capriles.

"Stop talking about pregnant little birdies, the hidden vote, because you say that in all elections. Let alone the poor hidden vote. You said so in 2006, that the hidden vote would save (Manuel) Rosales (and then Chavez goes and win) 63% to 37%, that the hidden vote is going to make the "No" option triumph at the revoking referendum (and Chávez won) 59% to 41%, "he said.