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TSE realiza conferencia de prensa brindando detalles del simulacro electoral

La transmisión de resultados de las elecciones del próximo 28 de febrero, ha dado de que hablar este 14 de febrero, ya que la importancia que este tiene para El Salvador es vital, para seguir conservando la democracia como Nación.

El Organismo Colegiado del TSE brindará una conferencia de prensa para dar a conocer información relacionada al desarrollo del simulacro nacional de transmisión de resultados electorales preliminares.

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Leer también: Elecciones catalanas: El PSC y los independentistas de ERC empatan en el primer puesto

(TSE) Tribunal Supremo Electoral inicio así la preparación para las próximas elecciones:

 

Las actas generadas en las Juntas Receptoras de Votos son impresas y firmadas por cada integrante de JRV, luego escaneadas e impresos los juegos necesarios y son entregados a la Junta de Vigilancia Electoral, Fiscalía General de la República, JED y JEM.

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El Tribunal Supremo Electoral  dio cuentas a las 5: 48 pm de este día de los enamorados, de las actas realizadas hasta ese momento:

Hasta las 5:48, han sido procesadas por el sistema 167 actas, lo que representa un 10.48% de transmisión proveniente de los 1,595 centros de votación instalados a nivel nacional. #SimulacroNacional # Elecciones2021.

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El simulacro para estas elecciones se llevo a cabo de manera limpia y organizada por el TSE.

 

 

El magistrado Julio Olivo Granadino señaló que existe un derecho de vigilancia electoral por parte de los partidos políticos, pero que no pueden obstaculizar las labores del Tribunal Supremo Electoral.

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Sin embargo esta tarde llego a voces de los medios un comunicado falso ante el cual el Presidente Nayib Bukele expuso su opinión, mas adelante el TSE se encargo de desmentir lo que los medios aseguraban sobre el uso de otro tipo de sistema usado en el simulacro.

 

Redacción por: Brenda Beltrán.

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