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Lima, June 5, 2021Updated 06/05/2021 03:12 pm

In a few hours, Peruvians will return to the polls to elect the next president of the Republic in the period 2021-2026, when the second round of elections begins. General Elections 2021. Given this, it is important that voters know in advance their polling place and hours established in the so-called staggered vote before going to the polls; above all, because the elections are taking place in the midst of the COVID-19.

In this sense, in order to keep the population informed, the National Office of Electoral Processes (ONPE) enabled a web portal where the citizen can verify all the information of the elections, such as the polling place, if a board member was elected, the protocols established to avoid the spread of the coronavirus; among other.

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Where do I vote in the second round

As in the first round, the voter can enter the link enabled by the ONPE to make the respective query by placing only the DNI number. You have two options:

  • Through the official website that the ONPE enabled (onpe.gob.pe/modElecciones/elecciones/2021/EEGG/), you can access the platform for consulting each citizen’s polling place, as well as material of interest on election day.
  • You can also know on that same online site if you are a member of the polling station for election day.
As in the first round, the voter can enter the link enabled by the ONPE to make the respective query by placing only the DNI number (Photo: GEC)
As in the first round, the voter can enter the link enabled by the ONPE to make the respective query by placing only the DNI number (Photo: GEC)

Step by step how to check your polling place

  1. Enter consultationmiembrodemesa.eleccionesgenerales2021.pe.
  2. Then type in the corresponding space the number of your ID or that of the person of interest.
  3. Immediately afterwards, your voting district will be indicated, as well as your local and polling station, with an address and a reference so that you arrive without problems.
  4. It is important that you write down or print (from the same page) the data that the ONPE shows you so that on election day you can quickly locate your table, pavilion and serial number in the list of voters.

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How to know if I am a table member in the second round

On the same platform where you consult your polling place, you will be indicated if you are a member of the polling station, as happened in the first round of the electoral elections.

  • You can also access the above data at this link: https://www.onpe.gob.pe/modElecciones/elecciones/2021/EEGG/
  • In addition, the website will allow you to request your “excuse or justification” in the event that the Peruvian citizen cannot fulfill the position of table member.

Remember that elections in our country are mandatory for everyone over 18 years of age, therefore, if you do not fulfill your duty, you can be sanctioned with a fine.

  • In the case of not paying, the fine is S / 88 in a non-poor district. Meanwhile, table members who do not comply with their responsibility must pay S / 220.

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If you do not go to vote or do not fulfill your duty to be a polling station member or refuse to replace you, the electoral body will impose a fine ranging between S / 22 and S / 220.  (Photo: Andina)
If you do not go to vote or do not fulfill your duty to be a polling station member or refuse to replace you, the electoral body will impose a fine ranging between S / 22 and S / 220. (Photo: Andina)

Know the staggered schedule for the second round

In order to avoid crowds and to improve the convocation of the elderly, the ONPE modified the suggested schedule to vote in a staggered manner in the second electoral round.

The new voting hours for him Sunday June 6 It is also based on the last number of the DNI and is the following:

  • If your ID ends in 1: from 07:00 to 08:00 hours
  • If your ID ends in 2: from 08:00 to 09:00 hours
  • If your ID ends in 3: from 09:00 to 10:00 hours
  • If your ID ends in 4: from 10:00 to 11:00 hours
  • If your ID ends in 5: from 11:00 to 12:00 hours
  • If your ID ends in 6: from 12:00 to 13:00
  • If your ID ends in 7: from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.
  • Older adults, people with disabilities and at risk: From 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
  • If your ID ends in 8: from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
  • If your ID ends in 9: from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
  • If your ID ends in 0: from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
In order to avoid crowds and improve the convocation of older adults, the ONPE modified the suggested schedule for voting in a staggered manner in the second electoral round (Photo: ONPE)
In order to avoid crowds and improve the convocation of older adults, the ONPE modified the suggested schedule for voting in a staggered manner in the second electoral round (Photo: ONPE)

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