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Background Information

Employment History

Founding Director

Esdata


Director General

Supreme Electoral Council


General Director of Election Systems

CNE


Affiliations

Esdata

Member


Web References(3 Total References)


www.venezuelatoday.org

It is the only advantage succeeded against all the official efforts to prevent the analysis of sensitive election information, according to Alfredo Weil, member of Esdata and former general director of Election Systems of the CNE.
The results of our studies, he adds, reflect that more than one third of voting centers are of high risk, due to the unusual intensity of movements in the Election Registry, demographic instability of electoral rolls over the number of adult inhabitants of these municipalities, illegal migrations and the great amount of PSUV activists that have been selected by the CNE as polling station members, most as Presidents or Secretaries of the stations.


www.frontpagemag.com

Alfredo Weil, dean of election organization and monitoring in Venezuela, is widely respected throughout Latin America.
Director general of Venezuela's Supreme Electoral Council from 1974-84 and again in 1993-94, he is a founding director of ESDATA, privately organized to assure clean elections. Mr. Weil puts the case simply: "Voting is a human right, and the challenge is to assure that each vote is impartial, transparent and secret. This has been enshrined in the United Nations charter, by the Organization of American States and the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, but it is not honored in Venezuela. Our computerized voting system violates every one of these three basic tenets of fair democratic voting." Mr. Weil is confident his organization and thousands of volunteers can capture accurate readings from the country's voting machines, and ESDATA is committed to make the results known to any and every one interested. Lovers of serious democracy will need all the expertise Alfredo Weil and his colleagues at ESDATA can muster, fearless and tireless efforts by dedicated volunteer poll watchers - plus resolute voter determination to send their national leader a strong message.


www.ascfusa.org [cached]

Alfredo Weil is the dean of election organization and monitoring in Venezuela, and is widely respected throughout Latin America.
Director general of Venezuela's Supreme Electoral Council from 1974-84 and again in 1993-94, he is a founding director of ESDATA, privately organized to assure clean elections. Weil puts the case simply: "Voting is a human right, and the challenge is to assure that each vote is impartial, transparent, and secret. This has been enshrined in the United Nations charter, by the Organization of American States and the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights . . . but it is not honored in Venezuela. Our computerized voting system violates every one of these three basic tenets of fair democratic voting." Weil is confident his organization and thousands of volunteers can capture accurate readings from the country's voting machines, and ESDATA is committed to making the results known. "But they can manipulate the count during the voting day, thereby affecting the final tally," he says.


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