Venezuelan Parliament rejects electoral regulations for indigenous peoples | Policy | America Edition

The Venezuelan Parliament, with a large majority of the opposition, rejected this Tuesday, in a virtual session, the new regulation imposed by the National Electoral Council (CNE) for indigenous peoples, in view of the legislative elections to be held next December, to consider that it violates the Constitution.

“The National Assembly ignores and rejects as unconstitutional the regulation imposed by the illegitimate National Electoral Council, which regulates the election of indigenous representatives to Parliament, minimizes the right to political participation” of the original ethnic groups, says the agreement approved by the legislators.

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