Pachakudik and his candidate, Yaku Perez, were expected to challenge the decision before the election-controversial tribunal before the review.
The National Electoral Council (CNE) said on Saturday that the votes were counted 31 minutes after the body’s full order was issued, following the request of the Green Movement and its presidential candidate. Yaku Perez.
He and his team confirm that there were irregularities in the March 7 election process, which is why he presented 27,767 minutes similar to the votes for the president and legislators. But the company decided to review only 31 documents.
“Provincial election boards have been meeting since this morning to explain legislation in Santo Domingo de los Sassilas 1; 1 in Casar; 15 in Quas; 2 in Los Rio; 1 in Cபte d’Ivoire; 1 in Esmeraldas; 1 in Karchi;
Perez and Pachagudi had already advanced CNE It will only review 31 minutes, which will challenge the election results and appeal (which led to the second round of Andres Aras and Guillermo Lasso) before this Monday’s election-controversial tribunal.
“To ensure the transparency of the process, the sessions were broadcast live and without interruption through the official accounts of the election representatives of the aforesaid provinces. Once the process is complete, the Provincial Election Boards will issue a statement to the CNE’s full report to update the results,” the agency added. (I)