President says: Your vote is for dignity and respect for our country

On Sunday, December 3, the Venezuelan people have a commitment to history. At the sound of the Carabobo reveille, “everyone goes out to the voting centers to fulfill our oath with the Homeland,” emphasized the President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro, regarding the consultative referendum in defense of the rights of Venezuela over Guyana. Esequiba.

During the broadcast of the “Con Maduro+” program, he pointed out that participation in the electoral process is not only an expression of national sovereignty, but also of dignity by standing firmly against the illegal maneuvers to strip us of the territory that by right, history and tradition. belongs to Venezuela.

My vote, your vote is for everyone, it is for all, it is for Venezuela, for peace, for dignity and respect for our Homeland,” he stressed.

On the eve of the consultative referendum, the Head of State urged the “Venezuela Toda” Campaign Command to deploy throughout the national territory so that the people know where and how to vote.

In this regard, learn below the steps of the electoral horseshoe to facilitate your voting process on Sunday, December 3:

How to vote?

Present the laminated identity card when voting. In case of loss, you can go to the special identification day held by the Administrative Service for Identification, Migration and Immigration (SAIME) from Monday, November 27 to Saturday, December 2.

The data will be verified in the Comprehensive Authentication System (SAI), then you must place your right thumb on the device.

Once in the voting machine, the five questions of the consultative referendum in defense of Venezuela’s sovereign rights over the Essequibo will appear on the screen. You will have three minutes to exercise your right to vote.

At the end of the voting process, the machine will issue a ballot that must be deposited in the receipt box, located at the end of the electoral horseshoe.

The voter must stamp their signature and fingerprint on the voting notebook, where the data that identifies the center and those registered at that table are found.

Where to vote?

If you have not updated your information (change of residence), the voting center will be the same as in the previous elections.

However, if you have any questions, you can send a text message to 2406 or 2637, numbers enabled by the National Electoral Council (CNE), and you will receive the exact information of the place where you will exercise your right to vote.

The digital portal of the National Electoral Council has an option to consult the data of your Electoral Registry.

20,694,124 Venezuelans are authorized to vote in the consultative referendum, a process for which will be operational 28,027 polling stations distributed in 15,857 voting centers.