He considered the numbers to be inflated, as from his estimates, the participation was over 1 million.
The deputy of Primero Justicia, José Brito, presented this Tuesday a controversial appeal before the Electoral Chamber of the Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ), where his first allegation is based on what he considers to be irregularities at the time in the primary election process he conducted. the opposition last Sunday.
Brito explained that the elections were “tainted” by the intervention of the civil association Sumáte and stated that the participation figures shown by the National Primary Commission (CNP) were “inflated.”
The parliamentarian expressed his hope that the Electoral Chamber of the TSJ will act diligently and establish responsibilities in relation to the statements.
“It’s a scam for the country to inflate the participation numbers,” he said.
He concluded by revealing his estimates, saying that according to his calculations, the real number of voters should not exceed 1 million 6 thousand people.
The situation was made available to the country’s highest judicial body for analysis and response.
El Diputado José Brito, en horas de la mañana se trasladó a la sede del TSJ donde consignó un recurso contencioso electoral en contra de la comisión nacional de primarias encargada de la elección el pasado domingo. También dijo que las cifras presentadas al país son falsas y pic.twitter.com/3V9fdQMn7c
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