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Elections 2022: Great traffic congestion is registered in different parts of Metropolitan Lima

Elections 2022: Great traffic congestion is registered in different parts of Metropolitan Lima
Elections 2022: Great traffic congestion is registered in different parts of Metropolitan Lima

From 7 in the morning they started regional and municipal elections in our country and despite the fact that many have gone to their polling station very early, starting at 10 in the morning, a great flow of vehicles began to be felt, causing traffic in various parts of the capital.

According to media reports in Comas, Javier Prado and San Juan of Lurigancho, there is great vehicular congestion, which is why in a certain way it is delaying the arrival of the population to their polling places.

In the case of commasmany were uncomfortable with the total closure of University Avenue due to expansion works of the Metropolitan, they even indicated that the road is impassable, especially because many cannot get to the schools to cast their vote.

Through the images of the Latina newscast, it was possible to observe how in the Túpac Amaru area the combis, buses, colectivos and more could not advance due to the amount of traffic in this area of North Lima.

in the district of SJLit was observed that in the main avenues such as Ceres, Próceres and Mangomarca, buses, cars and combis are taking a long time to pass, since some areas are closed for municipal works.

Elections 2022: Great traffic congestion is registered in different parts of Metropolitan Lima
Elections 2022: Great traffic congestion is registered in different parts of Metropolitan Lima

the busy avenue Javier Prado It is no stranger to this and despite being a fast access road, it is presenting great vehicular fluidity that does not allow free transit.

As is known, for these regional and municipal elections, our country registers a total of 24,759,909 Peruvian voters and 153 foreigners who will cast their votes at the polls to elect 25 regional governors, 196 provincial mayors and 1,694 district mayors.

In addition, the National Registry of Identity and Civil Status (Reniec) announced that citizens will be able to exercise their right to vote with an expired DNI.

“Exceptionally extend, until Sunday, October 02, 2022, the validity of the National Identity Documents – DNI expired or that are about to expire of the citizens obliged to vote in the Regional and Municipal Elections 2022”, reported Reniec in El Peruano.

Likewise, 18-year-olds with a yellow DNI and who have not changed to a blue DNI up to now will also be able to vote without any impediment.

The ONPE established four modalities for the delivery of economic compensation in favor of the polling station members.  (Andean)
The ONPE established four modalities for the delivery of economic compensation in favor of the polling station members. (Andean)

As happened in the past votes in these Regional and Municipal Elections 2022, a voting schedule was established according to the last digit of the National Identity Document. However, the time range for election day will start at 7:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.

If the last digit of your DNI ends in 1, 2, 3 or 4, you can attend the vote between 7:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. and if your identity document ends in 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 0 you will attend from 11:00 am until the end of the election date at 5:00 pm

José Luis Luna Morales- deputy mayor of Daniel Urresti

Renzo Reggiardo Barreto – Deputy Mayor of Rafael López Aliaga

Guillermo Pomez Caro – Deputy Mayor of George Forsyth

Luzi Toro de Jiménez – Deputy Mayor of Elizabeth León

Margarita Pilar Santos Ramírez – Deputy Mayor of Yuri Castro

Justibel Romero Zela -Deputy Mayor of Gonzalo Alegría

Katherine Ampuero Meza – Deputy Mayor of Omar Chehade

María Elena Soto Velásquez candidate for Avanza País

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