President Maduro asked to get prepared to elect the deputies of the new National Assembly

The President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro, reiterated his call to the population to participate this Sunday in the second electoral simulation to prepare and become familiar with the system to be used in the elections to elect the deputies of the new National Assembly (AN) on December the 6th.

«Today, November 15, the electoral centers set up by the CNE open their doors for the second journey of Electoral Simulation. Let’s get ready to elect the deputies of the new National Assembly, next December 6,” wrote the National President on Twitter.

This Sunday, November 15, the National Electoral Council (CNE) carried out the second electoral simulation together with the Republic Plan led by the Bolivarian National Armed Forces (FANB), in 381 centers enabled in the country, under biosafety measures due to the Covid pandemic- 19.

The CNE has promoted on social networks the web document in which citizens can verify the centers enabled for the simulation.

The objective is to familiarize the population with the electoral machines that will be activated in the December 6 elections, which have a unique data transmission network that has been audited by experts and is qualified as secure.

Likewise, the voter will have the early opportunity to learn about the software that shortens the time to vote, integrated batteries that allow electrical independence in their functions and tools to assist people with some type of disability.

With the performance of the activity set in the electoral schedule, the governing body also plans to advance in strengths and challenges in the face of women parliamentarians.

On December 6, 144 deputies to the AN will be elected by proportional system (52%) and 133 deputies by nominal system (48%) as part requested by opposition parties before the Supreme Court of Justice to achieve a more plural and representative Parliament.

107 political organizations, 98 opposition, 30 national, 53 regional, 6 national indigenous organizations and 18 regional organizations participate in this contest.