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Electoral Process in Nicaragua Advances Faultless

President of the Supreme Electoral Council (CSE), Roberto Rivas
President of the Supreme Electoral Council (CSE), Roberto Rivas

(Today Nicaragua) The electoral process in Nicaragua is advancing smoothly after completing the registration of the parties´ representatives to ensure the openness of the general elections on November 6th.

According to Roberto Rivas, president of the Supreme Electoral Council (CSE), the 4,308 polling stations represent the administrative units in which the country is divided, seeking to facilitate the location of citizens in the electoral roll and try to avoid confusion on the election day.

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For these elections, CSE has an electoral roll of 3.8 million people, who will go to the polls to elect the president and vice president of Nicaragua, 90 Nicaraguan parliamentarians and 20 members of the Central American Parliament.

In these elections, 16 political parties will be involved, 11 of them from national constituency and five from autonomous regions of the Caribbean in Nicaragua.

All of them are organized into two electoral alliances: the Sandinista National Liberation Front and the Independent Liberal Party, as well as four national parties and one regional.

Source Prensa Latina

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