Venezuela's democratic election system puts US system into shame
In the United States, elections are held by each state and are run by the governing party of each state.
In Venezuela, elections are overseen by the National Electoral Council (CNE), an independent branch of state similar to the U.K. Electoral Commission. CNE members cannot have any link with political parties. Venezuela also invites regional and international observers, which confirm the electoral process is free and fair. In the last audit of the Venezuelan system, 198 international observers participated.
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