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ELECTION 2013

Henrique Capriles rejects election audit without voters' lists

Opposition leader Henrique Capriles remarked that voters' lists are the only evidence that someone actually cast his ballot. Therefore, conducting an election audit in the absence of voters' rolls would be deceitful

Capriles posted some messages on Twitter (File photo)
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Friday April 26, 2013  11:54 AM
Former opposition presidential candidate Henrique Capriles said on Friday that conducting an election audit without checking the voters' lists was like "going to the market, pay, and not taking anything home." He reaffirmed that the opposition coalition will not accept a farce of the National Electoral Council (CNE).

On his Twitter account @hcapriles, the opposition leader condemned that some CNE's directors "believe that Venezuelans are fool," as they advocate the idea that the data transmitted by voting machines should prevail over paper ballots.

The opposition leader remarked that voters' lists are the only evidence showing that actually cast his ballot. Therefore, conducting an election audit in the absence of voters' rolls would be deceitful. He stated that the CNE's authorities have deceived both Venezuelans and the international community.
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