Chancellor Arreaza: For the 5th time, TSJ appoints Board of National Electoral Council before omission by the National Assembly

For the fifth time, in 17 years, the Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ) appoints the directorate of the National Electoral Council before the omission by the National Assembly, despite the constant aggressions, blockades and violent operations of sectors of the opposition against the country, “The People will renew the Parliament in 2020”, said the Minister of People’s Power for Foreign Relations, Jorge Arreaza, this Sunday through a message published on the social networks.

On June 12, the Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ), with a joint presentation by the Magistrates that make it, appointed the main rectors and presidents of the National Electoral Council, after declaring the unconstitutional omission by the National Assembly in contempt, on the designation of the members of the highest electoral body, however, he exhorted the Electoral Nominations Committee made by the highest court of the Republic to consign the list of citizens pre-selected for the body.

Subsequently, the president of the country’s High Court, magistrate Maikel Moreno, swore in the new directorate of the electoral entity: Indira Maira Alfonzo Izaguirre, as principal rector and president of the highest electoral entity; Rafael Simón Jiménez Melean, as principal rector and vice president of CNE; Tania D’Amelio Cardiet, as principal rector; Gladys María Gutiérrez Alvarado, as principal rector and José Luis Gutiérrez Parra, as principal rector.

As alternate rectors were appointed: Abdón Rodolfo Hernández Rodríguez, Alex David Said Díaz Padrón, Carlos Enrique Quintero Cuevas, Jennycet Caroliska Villalobos, Juan Carlos Delpino Boscán, Luis Delfín Fuenmayor Toro, Fanck Antero Pic Durán, Gloria Adelaida Muñoz, Deyanira Briceño and Eleusis Aly Borrego.

Jorge Arreaza M
“It is the 5th time in 17 years that @TSJ_Venezuela makes up for the legislative omission of the National Assembly to appoint #CNE Directors. Despite so many economic aggressions, blockades, and violent operations by opposition sectors, the People will renew the Parliament in 2020”.