Talk:National Electoral Council (Venezuela)
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- I removed the voting section since it should be straight forward per WP policy. If anyone objects, lets discuss first. Spaceriqui 21:13, 20 January 2006 (UTC)
Fair use rationale for Image:Logo CNE.jpg
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Chavista bias in CNE
Does anyone want to address the allegations of pro-Chavez bias in the membership of the CNE? From what I understand, CNE members are not allowed by law to be from any political party (or signed any petition against Chavez). This would be fine, except that anyone from Chavez's PSUV party is exempted from this rule. There are also allegations, based on statistics, that the CNE packs election stations with pro-Chavez militants, at a higher rate than their actual occurrence in the local populations. While this doesn't mean that any cheating has occurred, it is disturbing. Snookumz (talk) 02:08, 20 January 2010 (UTC)