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ONPE: How to know where I have to vote, if I am a polling station member, voting hours and more about the second round
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ONPE: How to know where I have to vote, if I am a polling station member, voting hours and more about the second round

Check here your polling place | On Sunday, June 6, Peruvians will return to the polls to elect the next President of the Republic in the period 2021-2026, between Pedro Castillo (Free Peru) and Keiko Fujimori (Popular Force). According to the data of the ONPE, a total of 25,287,954 citizens were authorized to cast their vote.The 2021 elections take place in the middle of the pandemic COVID-19For this reason, the electoral authorities have established certain sanitary measures to avoid crowds and avoid an increase in the number of infections; among them a voting schedule, according to the last digit of the DNI; the use of a double mask and carry their own implements to cast their vote (pen).LOOK | More details about your polling placeSEE | Elections 2021 of 6-J: last hour of the voti...
Check where to vote – INE: recognize your box here and other details |  Elections in Mexico
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Check where to vote – INE: recognize your box here and other details | Elections in Mexico

Mexico Goes this Sunday, June 6 to the polls for the Federal and Local Elections, where the 500 members of the Federal Chamber of Deputies will be elected, among other positions.LOOK | 2021 elections in Mexico: follow the historic elections hereThe results will be known between June 9 and 12.How many positions are chosen?According to the National Electoral Institute (INE), 500 members of the Chamber of Deputies are elected at the federal level. Among them, 300 councils are elected by the principle of relative majority and 200 by the principle of proportional representation.At the local level, 15 governorships and 1,063 councils are elected. Regarding city councils, 1,923 presidencies, 2,057 receiverships, 14,222 councilors and 204 councilors were elected.Mexico exceeds 40 million vaccin...
ONPE: where do I have to vote in the second round this Sunday, June 6?
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ONPE: where do I have to vote in the second round this Sunday, June 6?

Lima, June 5, 2021Updated 06/05/2021 03:12 pmIn 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 othe...
Check where to vote in the second round of this June 6
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Check where to vote in the second round of this June 6

Where to vote | Elections 2021: check where I have to vote in the second round of this June 6 | Check here your polling place for this June 6 | LINK HERE | ONPE | Peru | Presidential elections | revtli | ANSWERS | THE PERU COMMERCE . Disclaimer: If you need to update/edit/remove this news or article then please contact our support team Learn more
Where to vote in the second round of June 6, according to ONPE
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Where to vote in the second round of June 6, according to ONPE

The Sunday June 6 the Second round electoral, where more than 24 million Peruvians are entitled to return to the polls and elect the next Republic President corresponding to the period 2021-2026. Like the past April 11, this process will take place in the middle of the pandemic of COVID-19; therefore, almost all biosafety protocols will be maintained. We point out “almost” because on that occasion, the elderly and vulnerable people, who were the first to vote, suffered due to the absenteeism of several table members, delaying the start of the day.LOOK | How to find the location of my polling placeAdded to this, many citizens did not check where they had to vote, so they went, as in previous years, to their old polling places, being surprised that they no longer cast their vote there. A...
Elections 2021, Second Round: Where do I vote on Sunday, June 6?
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Elections 2021, Second Round: Where do I vote on Sunday, June 6?

Lima, May 17, 2021Updated on 05/17/2021 10:21 pmThe Second Round of the Presidential Elections 2021 It will be held next Sunday, June 6. In other words, there are only three weeks left for the national population to elect the new President of the Republic. That is why millions of Peruvians are already making inquiries in the ONPE to find out where they will vote on election day.CONSULTATION: Pedro Castillo proposes building a national network of gas pipelines: What do the experts say about its feasibility?It is worth mentioning that, according to the electoral roll prepared by Reniec and approved by the National Jury of Elections (JNE), 25,287,954 Peruvians were authorized to cast their vote. Likewise, as reported in the first round, these elections were changed in relation to the prev...
ONPE: how do I know my polling place?
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ONPE: how do I know my polling place?

Where to vote? On Sunday, June 6, the second round of elections, a day in which more than 24 million Peruvians will cast their vote to decide, among the candidates Keiko Fujimori (Popular Force) and Pedro Castillo (Peru Libre), who will be the next president of the Republic for the period 2021-2026.MORE INFORMATION: How do I know if I will be a member of the polling station in the second electoral round?According to the electoral roll prepared by the National Registry of Identification and Civil Status (Reniec) and approved by the National Elections Jury (JNE), 24,290,921 Peruvian citizens were authorized to participate in these elections, including 549,648 young people who turned 18 years between April 11, 2020 and April 11, 2021. Of the total voters, 12,745,409 are women and 7,558,581...