Judge Guillermo Wellman asserted on the program “Frente a Frente” that the Tokyo Stock Exchange is in a race against time. /@in person.
Supreme Electoral Court (TSE) Judge Guillermo Wellman said today that the TSE approved with “five votes” Monday a “direct, non-competitive contract” with a company to develop and implement electronic voting for El Salvadorans in 2024. reported. selection.
In a Face to Face interview with Telecorporación Salvadoreña (Tcs), Wellman drew attention to the fact that they are already in a “race against time” in the 2024 election process.The exterior will continue this Tuesday from 10:30am
We are in a race against time and we are trying to move forward with the recruitment process for companies conducting voting overseas and we are effectively entering the final stages… what worries me the most (Date) June 3 is the last day to define in-person remote and electronic voting systems. “
Guillermo Wellman, Judge of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
The magistrate underscored the agency’s recommendations in relation to the two votes won on Monday by a consortium of companies nominated by the USI. On Monday, the Tokyo Stock Exchange won two votes, two abstained and five no votes, two people familiar with the election said.
Faced with the impasse, Judge Noel Orellana revealed in a separate interview that he would vote for another company that had the ability, but said he had no proposals.
El Salvadorans abroad will be able to vote electronically to elect the president and vice president of the republic, the 84 unique members of the Legislative Assembly and their alternates. El Salvadorans residing abroad will be able to vote electronically from a remote location, while paper-holders residing in the country will vote directly at an electronic voting machine. Vote centers for these face-to-face votes could be consulates general or embassies, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs delivered consular information to the Tokyo Stock Exchange on May 16 for logistics purposes.
There are currently about 650,000 Salvadorans living abroad, but the passports of Salvadorans abroad included in new registrations abroad are not taken into account.
Source: Diario Elmundo