Analysis | English | 14 octubre 2015

Venezuela’s Questionable Election Observers

Sadly, Venezuela has a long tradition of cherry-picking its election observers. Neither the OAS nor the EU has been invited to observe elections in Venezuela since 2006. WASHINGTON, DC – The congressional elections to be held in Venezuela in December offer a flicker of hope to a country facing dark prospects. ... ver más
Analysis | English | Reports | 5 diciembre 2012

Seeking Competitive Elections in Venezuela (analysis, Election Alert #8)

alertaelectoral8a Venezuelans’ historic turnout for the presidential elections of October 7 (80.48% of all registered voters) and acceptance of the results by all parties might indicate that this electoral process was an example for the democratic world. Indeed, the efforts of political parties, non-governmental organizations and civil society in general to achieve the necessary conditions for elections recognized by all parties to be held are laudable and noteworthy. ... ver más
#AbusoPoder | #NoalVentajismo | Análisis | Denuncias | Internacional | 19 julio 2012

CNE invita observadores pero prohíbe que hacen observaciones o declaraciones

Reglamento CNE no comple con norma internacional Reglamento CNE no comple con norma internacionalLos rectores del Consejo Nacional Electoral (CNE) acordaron invitar a representantes del Centro Carter como parte del programa de acompañamiento internacional para la elección presidencial del 7 de octubre. También acreditaron a Observadores Electorales de Venezuela (anteriormente Ojo Electoral*), la única organización nacional que tiene invitación para observar la elección presidencial. ... ver más