Sending of passport records is protected by the public prosecutor’s office, the Tokyo Stock Exchange election register, and the Immigration Bureau. / TSE
The Directorate General of Immigration and Foreigners (DGME) on Tuesday continued with the second handover of El Salvadoran passports to the Supreme Electoral Court (TSE) to prepare new electoral registers (levels) for electronic voting.
It will be the basis for El Salvadorans abroad who are registered with Revel to vote, and voting will be electronic. This foreign electoral register or “alien register” will close on November 5, 2023.
This electoral register is provided by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which issues diplomatic passports, the DGME, and the National Register of Natural Persons (RNPN), which reports to the TSE the unique identification (duis) of the current electoral register.
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The first delivery of passport data took place on May 2, 2023, but the amount was not reported. The second is on his May 23, 2023, according to his Twitter account for DGME and the Supreme Electoral Court (TSE).
On July 28, 2022, the Immigration Commissioner reported to the Legislative Assembly that 2,231,188 DUI passports and 363,609 birth certificate passports had been issued overseas. Migration denied this information in December 2022.
Migration explained that “the data provided corresponds to passports issued inside and outside the territory”. “This is the trust of the various government agencies and the FGR (Attorney General of the Republic), with which the TSE works in permanent partnership to guarantee the voting rights of the diaspora in the 4F and Elections 2024sv,” he said. . Dora Esmeralda Martinez, president of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
According to the Election Calendar, the process of sending, receiving, validating, and incorporating data into Revel was supposed to begin Monday, March 6, 2023 and end on Sunday, November 5, 2023. This is because this is the last day. Any Salvadoran living abroad can register by requesting a DUI or passport. An audit firm should have been auditing this data since March 6, but the Tokyo Stock Exchange has yet to hire an audit firm.
Source: Diario Elmundo