The deputy of the National Assembly, Luis Eduardo Martínez, assured this Wednesday that he has full and absolute confidence in the transparency of the electoral process that will take place on November 21, and in the armor of the Venezuelan electoral system.
This was stated when he was interviewed on a VTV program, in which he specified that last Sunday, October 10, when he went to participate in the preliminary voting simulation for the next regional and municipal elections, it took 57 seconds to carry out the entire process.
"The time, from when I arrived at the voting center until I left, was 57 seconds," explained the parliamentarian, stating that it is a friendly, easy, fast and expeditious process, in which "I felt absolutely safe."
He also commented that the screen of the voting machine is larger than the previous one and is more illuminated, and "the location of the cards is quite friendly."
On November 21, Venezuelans will elect the country's governors, mayors, councilors and legislators.