11 abr. 2013

Attacks against CNE hide destabilizing intentions

RNV Web Press / EFM.   
Miércoles, 03 de Abril de 2013 13:51

Rector Tibisay Lucena assured on Tuesday those who seek to attack the governing body pretend to count votes, dismissing the electoral processes.

Photo: Referential.
Photo: Referential.
The People's Power ensures that attacks against the National Electoral Council (CNE) hide destabilizing intentions, recognition of the people's support and their intention not to recognize the election results on April 14, regarding the start of the election campaign.

Guense Fuget, a resident of Caracas, said the opposition looks for an argument to say that the CNE is biased with the government, "but when they win an election of governors, congressmen or mayors, they say the CNE is good."

Meanwhile, Ana Vacadares, believes that the electoral power is an institution with the most hierarchy and more honesty.

Meanwhile, the rector of CNE, Tibisay Lucena, said on Tuesday that those who seek to attack the governing body pretend to count votes, dismissing the electoral processes.

Lucena said that over 92 percent of the requests to the governing body were reviewed and considered. For safety reasons, will not be opened the indelible ink until the moment of the presidential election once they are audited.