The National Electoral Board (JNE) assisted in realizing a technological, logistics and communication plan consisting of the installation of more than 16 electrical transformers, fixed and portable power plants in remote municipalities of the state.
The 16-day electoral campaign ended on last Thursday, January 6th, and former Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza, who is the candidate of the Great Patriotic Pole and has a concrete and popular program, turned out to be one of the most popular candidates.
More than 90 satellite antennas were installed in different neighboring states and the infrastructure conditions and basic services of 68 voting centers were adapted, although two of them were relocated in the Arismendi and Cruz Paredes municipalities with the purpose of correcting logistical problems, according to reports.
Among the novelties for this election is a redesign of the voting notebook, in order to identify voters with disabilities, who will proceed to vote at a specific table at their voting center, to which effect they were notified via text message.
The technological deployment had the support of the Strategic Operational Command of the Bolivarian National Armed Forces through the Integral Defense Operational Zone (ZODI) and members of the Republic Plan.
On the other hand, according to the activities established in the elections timetable, the 30 organizations with political purposes that participate in the elections nominated witnesses before the National and Regional Boards, voting tables, the National Totalization Center, and the National Support Center.