Unidad no tolerará abusos del CNE en la semana decisiva para el revocatorio

La PatillaHoy comienza una semana decisiva para la posibilidad de que el referéndum revocatorio se realice este año. Luego de dos grandes protestas opositoras en todo el país, en las que se exigió al Poder Electoral que fije la fecha de la recolección de firmas del 20% de los electores, paso que activa la consulta, el CNE informará entre el 14 y el 16 de septiembre los detalles sobre ese proceso, publica El Nacional.

Aunque la Mesa de la Unidad Democrática aseguró que el organismo le envió una carta en la que se comprometió a informar mañana los detalles sobre esa recolección de firmas, la presidente del CNE, Tibisay Lucena, dijo que lo haría entre el 14 y el 16 de septiembre, algo que secundó la rectora Socorro Hernández.

Jesús Torrealba, secretario ejecutivo de la MUD, opinó que el Poder Electoral trata de postergar la información porque la Cumbre de los Países No Alineados finalizará el 18 de septiembre. “Quieren correr la arruga para evitar que el país reaccione en esos días a una decisión polémica. A nosotros no nos importa la cumbre, debe haber una respuesta”, dijo. …

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