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Nicaragua’s electoral schedule for municipal elections makes progress

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Nicaragua’s electoral schedule for municipal elections makes progress

Managua, Sep 7 (Prensa Latina) The schedule calendar for the November 6 municipal elections is making progress in Nicaragua on Wednesday, when the electoral councils were sworn in by the Supreme Electoral Council (CSE) judges.

According to the CSE, such activities are taking place in compliance with the provisions of the Political Constitution of Nicaragua and Electoral Law No. 331.

On Tuesday, Alianza Unida Nicaragua Triunfa, headed by the ruling Sandinista National Liberation Front (FSLN), presented the provisional candidacies for mayors, deputy mayors, and councilors, with which it complied with the sixth activity of the electoral schedule.

“We as the Sandinista Front Alliance delivered a list of 5,770 comrades, names of our candidates for councilors; plus 306 names of candidates for mayors and deputy mayors,” Reyna Rueda said on behalf of the FSLN.

According to Rueda, Alianza Unida Nicaragua Triunfa is permanently committed to the service and continuity of the projects and programs for the benefit of the people as part of the restitution of their rights promoted by the Sandinista Government.

According to official data, in the latest municipal elections held in 2017, Alianza Unida Nicaragua Triunfa won 68 percent of the votes and had 52-percent citizen participation, winning 135 of 153 mayor’s offices. jg/iff/mem/ybv

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