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CARACAS, Sunday February 12, 2012 | Update
 
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Primaries 2012

CNE hands over 95% of the tally

María Oteyza, a representative of the opposition alliance, noted that votes abroad and manual votes are yet to be counted

Voto Joven (Youth Vote) heard complaints and dealt with any irregularities emerging during primaries (Handout photo)
EL UNIVERSAL
Sunday February 12, 2012  09:21 PM


On behalf of the National Electoral Council (CNE), Luis Emilio Rondón delivered on Sunday, after 8:00 p.m. 95% of the reviewed and counted votes of the primaries of the Unified Democratic Panel (MUD) to the Electoral Committee of the opposition alliance with an irreversible trend.

MUD representative María Oteyza cautioned that no results would be disclosed provided that all balloting stations are closed and the overseas results are received.

"The Electoral Committee will release the results once all balloting stations are closed," she emphasized.

Oteiza thanked the CNE for its work and praised citizens for being the leading characters in the election day.

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