Candidates, candidates and candidates for a popular election must submit their official accounts on the Internet and digital media to the Electoral Tribunal (ET) .
The TE informed that this is established by Decree 34 of June 14, 2018, published in the Electoral Bulletin l 4,284 of this Tuesday, June 19.
So must the political parties.
“The new digital technologies have penetrated the electoral world in such a way that it is essential to take forecasts, so that the actors in the electoral contest are properly identified in the digital world,” he said.
The information with the requested data must be sent to the General Secretariat or the Regional Office of Electoral Organization of the respective constituency of the candidate for any position of popular election, said the Court.