lunes, 27 de octubre de 2008

Chile's municipal elections

Chilean President Michelle Bachelet said Sunday the country's municipal elections were held normally without any major events. Chilean municipal elections started Sunday at 7 a.m. local time(1000GMT) and the first voting booths closed at 4 p.m. local time (2000GMT). The counting of the first ballots began thereafter. "Our elections have been always efficient, clean and transparent, allowing each one the right to choose who we want to represent the municipalities during the coming four years," Bachelet told reporters. Bachelet confirmed the reports from Interior Minister Felipe Harboe that the electoral process was adequate and without any major events throughout the country. The current law stipulates that the voting booths must be open during nine hours of voting. (Taken from here)

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