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CARACAS, Wednesday April 24, 2013 | Update
 
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ELECTION 2013

Some 93% of Venezuelans abroad vote Capriles

The National Electoral Council has not issued the official results of the polling stations abroad. The figures presented herein are based on preliminary results obtained by opposition campaign team Simón Bolívar

Around 60.87% of the Venezuelans abroad cast their ballots
EL UNIVERSAL
Wednesday April 24, 2013  11:18 AM
A preliminary count of the votes cast abroad in the Venezuelan presidential election of April 14 show that opposition candidate Henrique Capriles Radonski won 93% of the ballots.

However, these are unofficial results. These numbers are the result from a manual count conducted by opposition campaign team Simón Bolívar, based on the manual tally sheets from the polling stations located in consulates and embassies.

The preliminary results are available for consultation on the website comandoexteriorvenezuela.com.

Based on this information, Capriles obtained 55,989 votes (93.37%) while Nicolás Maduro gained 3,760 (6.27%).

Upon these results, the current gap between the two most voted candidates amounts to 220,827 with Maduro winning 7,579,464 votes and Capriles with 7,358,637.
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