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¡ARRASA LA OPOSICIÓN!: Alcaldía Metropolitana, Valencia, Barquisimeto, Maracaibo, Mérida y San Cristóbal

@DolarToday / Dec 8, 2013 @ 10:42 pm

La presidenta del Consejo Nacional Electoral (CNE), Tibisay Lucena, en cadena nacional, informó que fueron emitidas el 97.52% de transmisión de las actas para dar conocimiento de los resultados de los comicios municipales efectuados este domingo 8 de diciembre.

“Aproximadamente a las 9 y 10 de las noche ibamos a dar los resultados y aquí estamos, damos reconocimiento al pueblo venezolano que salió a votar su expresión”, señaló.

Asimsimo, dijo que “vamos a dar resultados en aquellas capitales que son irreversibles(…) La participación fue del 58.92% nacional”.

Para la alcaldía de Valencia, en el estado Carabobo, con 166 mil 905 con el 55,87% votos queda electo Miguel Cocchiola.

En cuanto al municipio Iribarren en el estado Lara, con 205 mil 675 que representa el 53.12% de los votos queda electo Alfredo Ramos, candidato de la MUD.

En Maracaibo con 287 mil 21 con el 51.8% de los votos es reelecta Eveling Trejo.

En cuanto a San Cristóbal, con el 67.86% de los votos es electo el candidato de la MUD, Daniel Ceballos.

Y en Caracas :

La presidente del Consejo Nacional Electoral (CNE), Tibisay Lucena, ofreció un primer boletín de los comicios municipales, que arrojó los siguientes resultados.

 Hubo una participación de 58.92% y una transmisión de 97.52 %.

En la Alcaldía Mayor, con un porcentaje de 50.81% (290.193 votos), salió ganador Antonio Ledezma (Unidad).

Por la alcaldía del municipio Libertador, el primer boletín da como ganador al candidato Jorge Rodríguez (Psuv) con un porcentaje de 54,55% (474.227 votos).


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