Enrique Colmenares Finol, Coordinator of the Committee, and Blanca Rosa Mármol de León, reported that they completed the verification and validation process of the total of 6 million 466 thousand 791 Venezuelans that participated in the Popular Consultation.
They announced that as of the final estimate, they could validate it at 80.28% of participation.
From this process, it was possible to conclude an estimated participation of 6,764,507 Venezuelans, accounting for participation in vouchers, contingency and projection (participation that was reported, but that due to repression, system crash or material error could not be validated 100%).
As for the 6,471,428, it corresponds only to the vouchers and the contingency participation, which has been validated by the organizing committee.
Similarly, the organizers indicated that digital participation was broken down as follows: announced digital: 2,412,354; digital completed: 1,739,830; digital interactions: 1,936,485 and projected digital: 475,869.
Regarding the announced international face-to-face phase: 844,723; supported by vouchers: 48,676; To be validated or in contingency due to the fact that the international centers were not prepared for manual registration after a system crash: 800. 047.
While, the face-to-face phase Venezuela, yielded 3,210,351 vouchers, validated in 6,283 tables.
Digital 1,936,485 (completed with code + unfinished interactions); face-to-face verified in vouchers: 3,259,027 (national and international vouchers) and participation in contingency (reported and projected digital and international, but not 100% supported): 1,275,916 votes.
In relation to the results of the popular consultation questions, the results were:
Question number 1: Yes: 97% No: 3%,
Question number 2: Yes 97% No: 3%
Question number 3: Yes 99% No: 1%.
Furthermore, Blanca Rosa Mármol de León, a member of the aforementioned organization, reiterated that these long-awaited results by the public opinion show that Venezuelans demand that Nicolás Maduro leave power in the country; they wants free, fair and verifiable elections; they reject the parliamentary fraud of December 6th; and they call for international help to recover democracy in Venezuela.
“This is the clear message that we give to the international community through the Popular Consultation. This mechanism will be active for monitoring the process in view of achieving the restoration of institutions and reinstatement of democracy,” said the former magistrate emerita of the Supreme Court of Justice at a press conference.
For his part, the first coordinator Enrique Colmenares Finol, affirmed that: the National Organizing Committee for the Popular Consultation, the High Citizen Council, and the respective regional and municipal promoter committees and the thousands of freedom points nationwide, “are committed to fulfilling the mandate of the sovereign people expressed in the binding Popular Consultation and we responsibly assume the mandate to make effective the cessation of the usurpation.”
He praised the Venezuelans, the National Assembly and the Interim President, Juan Guaidó, for the support they gave to this great constitutional citizen participation that raised the voice. The sovereign people imposed themselves on the oppression and kidnapping of freedom and democracy.