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President of the TSJ participated in the electoral simulation

Caryslia Rodríguez went to the table set up at the CNE headquarters in the city of Caracas

The president of the Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ), Caryslia Beatríz Rodríguez, exercised her right to electoral participation in the simulation this Sunday, June 30.

La head of the Judiciary of the country went in the afternoon to the headquarters of the National Electoral Council (CNE) in Caracas, where a table was set up so that Venezuelans could participate in the event and become familiar with the act of voting.

Rodríguez was received by authorities of the Electoral Branch and in a few minutes she participated in the simulation, following the steps established by the horseshoe system that allows voting.

Venezuelans participate this Sunday in the electoral simulation called by the highest governing body in the matter, and which is established within the electoral schedule for the presidential elections on July 28.

The objective of the simulation is to test all the electoral machinery, to refine details and, if problems occur, to solve them in time.

Great participation

The secretary of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America - People's Trade Treaty (Alba), Jorge Arreaza, expressed being impressed by the participation he observed on January 23, where he attended the drill. 

“Impressed to see this people in the most combative parish of Caracas, deployed on January 23rd. I stood in line for at least 35 minutes, greeting people and making people happy. I think this is a good test and, above all, a demonstration of peace after everything they have attacked us,” said Arreaza.

International observers described the Venezuelan electoral system as “clear and transparent.” Such an appreciation was expressed by Nicanor Moscoso, president of the Council of Electoral Experts of Latin America (Ceela). 

Moscoso said that the drill is a fundamental exercise for voters to familiarize themselves with the machinery that will be used on July 28. “It is encouraging to see how the ground is being prepared for the July 28 elections,” he said. 

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