Electoral ban in the PASO: the activities that will be prohibited

This Sunday, September 12, the national elections will be held to choose the candidates for senators and deputies who will compete in the general elections on November 14. For this reason, the National Electoral Code determined the measures for the entire country.

This Sunday, September 12, the PASO will define who will be the candidates for national senators and deputies in the general elections on November 14. In this framework, various restrictions inherent to the electoral ban will come into force, they are set by the National Electoral Code and will be in effect from 8 a.m. on Friday, September 10 and will extend until the polls close on the Sunday after 18 hours.

Restrictions during the closure:

– Proselytizing acts are prohibited until the Sunday when the voting ends, that is, any type of political propaganda of any candidate is prohibited.

– Mass shows or public meetings that do not refer to the electoral act are prohibited.

– From 8:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 11, the sale of alcoholic beverages is prohibited.


Citizens who do not respect the ban may be denounced for violation of the Electoral Code , and sanctioned if the Justice verifies the lack. The National Electoral Code establishes that “imprisonment from 15 days to 6 months will be imposed on persons who sell alcoholic beverages.”

That standard additionally subdues, in article 131, with similar punishment of 15 days to a half year in jail to the “money manager or coordinator of public shows or games that occur inside the anticipated period” of forbiddance by the constituent power.

The punishment imagined for anybody “beguiling someone else to pay with a particular goal in mind or to abstain from doing as such” (Article 140) is from 2 months to 2 years in jail. While whoever “utilizes implies having a tendency to disregard the mystery of testimonial” (article 141) will be rebuffed with as long as 3 years.

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Also, residents might be charged a fine between $ 10,000 and $ 100,000 on the off chance that they don’t regard the cutoff points for giving and distributing commercials in the media. The equivalent is valid for the individuals who do crusade exercises outside the cutoff time set up for that reason.

As respects the applicants, on the off chance that they don’t consent to the boycott, they might lose the option to get commitments, sponsorships and all assets of yearly open financing for a period going from one to four years. They additionally quit getting assets to fund a couple of races.

Ethan Hansen

Ethan Hansen founded snewslog which was lately acquired by People News Chronicle.

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