There are 25 days to go until the presidential and congressional elections on July 5 and the Central Electoral Board (JCE) is working on the logistics and preparation of those elections in which the President and Vice President of the Republic will be elected, 32 senators and 190 deputies, who are 178 provincials, 5 nationals, 7 abroad, as well as 20 representatives to the Central American Parliament (Parlacen) and 20 alternates.
In the continuation of those works, the electoral entity informed that today the process of cloning the scanners will take place right after the conclusion of a meeting between the plenary session of the JCE and the accompaniment commission of the Economic Council and Social (CES).
According to the deputy director of Informatics, Jhonny Rivera, these scanners will be undergoing a quality control of 120%, a 100, that is, all of the 5,380 scanners will be reviewed by the technicians of the IT department and 20% by technicians sent by the National Council of Private Companies (Conep). In the next few days, the voter registry will also be printed abroad.
With the presence of the political delegates of several of the parties, the JCE’s IT department, carried out yesterday the focused test of the scanners that will be used in the presidential and congressional elections to be held on Sunday, July 5.