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2 days left until deadline to change data for 2024 voting



The Supreme Electoral Court (TSE) has allowed private and public institutions to set up consultation kiosks.

The Supreme Electoral Court (TSE) has allowed private and public institutions to set up consultation kiosks.

This Wednesday, September 20th, marks the deadline for El Salvadorans to verify their data in the National Voter Register and request changes to their names, voting locations, and other data so they can vote in the 2024 elections. ing.

According to the election calendar of the Supreme Electoral Court (TSE), the changes in information will begin on August 22nd and end on September 20th.

Salvadorans can report incorrect names, request photo updates according to their unique identification documents (DUI), and request a change to the polling place that corresponds to their municipality of residence closer to their home.

The TSE reminded Salvadorans through social networks to “verify the data in the electoral register”, describing the process as “simple”.

51 kiosks.

In the first week of September, the TSE reported that it would set up 51 kiosks to consult the electoral register and check whether the information matched with drink-driving data. By the same day he had installed 15 kiosks in the country.

Walmart Constitución, Walmart Soyapango, Walmart Escalon, Plaza Santo Tomas, Mall Las Cascadas, Galerias Shopping Center, Plaza Centro, Plaza Millennium, Avenida Ejercito, Prados de Venecia, San… Ten units were installed by private organizations, including Bartolo’s Maxidespensa.

Five units were also installed in public institutions: two at Monseñor Oscar Arnulfo Romero International Airport and one each in the municipalities of Mejicanos and Apopa. TSE also has one.

Checking the electoral register data is easy. Please visit our website www.consulta.tse.gob.sv to check your personal data. ”
Supreme Electoral Tribunal through social networks


Additionally, the court activated the website consulta.tse.gob.sv so that both Salvadorans abroad and Salvadorans living in the country can view the data online.

Claims must be processed by the corresponding authorities between August 24th and October 6th.

For the consultation of Salvadorans in the electoral register, TSE allocated $196,610 abroad and $761,680 domestically.

After this period, TSE will finally close the electoral register on Friday, October 6th. No changes can be made after that date.

This process must be monitored and supervised by the Elections Observation Commission (JVE).

The electoral register will form the basis for the creation of partial and full registers for the February 4 and March 3, 2024 elections.


The law allows Salvadorans to report two types of errors. Mistakes in names and citizens not being listed in the register despite having the right to vote.

Source: Diario Elmundo

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