The Government defined the presidential primaries that took place this Sunday as a “quiet electoral day”. In this regard, the Minister of the Interior, Rodrigo Delgado, stated that the incidents that have marked the election day “are minor” and correspond to people who have refused to take office as board members.
“There are more than 2,000 establishments that are operating as voting stations and each of them has been evaluated in five risk categories and there are also security perimeters in each of them,” Delgado explained.
Meanwhile, the spokesman Jaime Bellolio responded to the criticisms that have arisen because the Government did not broadcast these primaries. “About those criticisms, I would like to know the information that these people have. Perhaps they are not from those who listen to the regional media or these 290 radios throughout the country, as well as the publicity that Servel made or the guidelines that we made the different ministers and ministers to motivate to participate ”, he assured.
“Participation is very important to us, and we have consistently and permanently called out,” he added.
Regarding the lines that are registered in some premises of the Metropolitan Region, Bellolio explained that they have occurred due to the merger of tables. He also reiterated that the preferential hours for older adults begins at 2:00 p.m.