Informatics chief row prompts OAS audit of Electoral Board systems
Santo Domingo.- To clear the doubts around Informatics center director Franklin Frias, Central Electoral Board president Roberto Rosario asked the Organization of American States (OAS) to collaborate by auditing the system and its electoral registry.
Rosario, after making the announcement yesterday, said the OAS will assumed the costs, and select a company of international auditors to do the work. “Those audits are elements which strengthen the transparency and the suitability of the instruments and processes which are going to be implemented in the elections of next May 20.”
Rosario, speaking during a meeting with electoral board secretaries and heads of service centers across the country, also announced longer working hours until December 20, when the voter registry closes.