Reuters reports via El Universo:
Buenos Aires – The Organization of American States (OAS) asked on Sunday night the Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE) of Bolivia to explain why the transmission of the preliminary results of the presidential election was interrupted, according to its official Twitter account.
“The OAS Electoral Observation Mission continues to rigorously monitor the electoral process in Bolivia. It is essential that the TSE explain why the transmission of preliminary results was interrupted and that the process of publishing the computation data is conducted smoothly,” he said. the OAS in the social network.
The provisional count of the election in Bolivia in the last hours of Sunday, with 83.76% of the votes counted, yielded 45.28% of the preferences for the president of the left Evo Morales against 38.16% of his main opponent, Carlos Mesa.
With that result, both candidates are heading for a ballot on December 15.
Morales still doesn’t believe it
However, Morales said he is confident of a win in the first round and that he expects the results of the votes in rural areas. [Bolivian Thoughts opinion: The social networks are filled with videos displaying ballot tampering. The fraud is evident!]
Mesa, meanwhile, said it is very serious that the transmission of results is not continued.
“The TSE once again fails to comply with its commitments. The information has been suspended … We demand that the count be resumed !!! What is happening is very serious,” Mesa said in his Twitter account. (I)