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Only ID card is required to vote outside the country

Only ID card is required to vote outside the country
Defenders Enrique Marquez seeks to eliminate the disqualification of the enemy

Enrique Marquez, vice president of the National Electoral Council (CNE), created the right to vote for Venezuelans outside the country under a political agreement between Nicolas Maduro’s government and the opposition.

Despite the provisions of Rule 64, the Rector pointed out Constitution, “All Venezuelans who have reached the age of 18 and are not subject to civil prohibition or political disqualification are eligible to vote.” He promised that without political agreement, the CNE foreign vote would not solve the problem.

Marquez stressed that “the CNE’s discussion and implementation have a lot to do with the political agreements that shape the country’s political class.” “The CNE does not escape the reality of the country and elements of national policy must be considered.”

CNE on Voting Abroad

The editor-in-chief mentioned this in an interview with the media Chronicle one This issue was not reported properly, so it did not reach the CNE Board.

“According to the law, political agreement is not necessary,” Marquez said. He insisted, “The CNE It must take the initiative to correct and correct the elements that have been shown to infringe on the rights of citizens.

He also talked about facilitating the right of citizens to vote wherever they are. To do this, he suggested, it could be a strategy to open as many centers as needed beyond the embassy centers.

Marquez said he had agreed to remove the legal residency requirement because the only requirement Venezuela would be asked for inside the country was his identity card;

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