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The House Vote and PPL Vote scrutiny are the first to be carried out

The scrutiny of the minutes of the Voto en Casa y Voto PPL program will take place today, April 11, 2021, starting at 5:00 p.m., as ratified by the CNE. The results will be disseminated through the official channels of the CNE; mobile application, website, Facebook Live and YouTube Live.

Scrutiny:

The PPL vote took place last Thursday, April 8, on a national scale, and the Vote at Home a day later, both days were held on a national scale.

According to the provisions of article 132 of the Code of Democracy, the district, regional, provincial and special electoral boards abroad will be installed in a scrutiny session from 5:00 p.m. or 7:00 p.m. in the case of the Foreign Special Board, he explained the CNE.

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