“What must be clear is that the Venezuelan election process provides every guarantee that is needed to cast a vote. Everything is very well organized. It’s a solid and robust process.” Those were the words of Leonel Fernández, leader of
On December 6, 2015 Venezuela will hold elections to elect by popular vote the 167 deputies of its National Assembly for a period of 5 years. 164 deputies will be elected for the country’s federal entities and circuits, out of
On December 6, Venezuela will hold elections to choose by popular vote the 167 deputies of its National Assembly for a period of 5 years. The following infographic offers four key facts about the 2015 Venezuelan Parliamentary elections.
Throughout history, and as technology has evolved, election commissions around the world have integrated technology-based solutions to strengthen citizen participation through more reliable, transparent and secure voting. The first voting machine, which had a mechanical lever, was patented in 1892
Smartmatic, the elections company, delivered yet another successful automated project in Venezuela as it deployed the technological voting platform used in last Sunday´s elections. In approximately ten hours 2,792 municipal posts were elected among 16,088 candidates. Some 11.2 million
1. On December 8th 2013, Venezuela will hold municipal elections. 335 municipal mayors, the Caracas metropolitan mayor, the district mayor for Alto Apure, 1.680 nominal councilmen (elected individually by name), 69 indigenous representatives to the municipal councils (also elected by