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Dr. Tibisay Lucena

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Local Address: Venezuela
National Electoral Council

Employment History

  • Chief
    National Electoral Council
  • President of Election Council
  • President of National Electoral Council
  • President of National Electoral Commission
  • President
  • Principal Rector
  • President
    National Elections Council
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Ahead of the municipal elections in ..., 4 Dec 2013 [cached]
Ahead of the municipal elections in Venezuela this Sunday, December 8, National Electoral Council (CNE) President Tibisay Lucena gave an interview to the state news agency Agencia Venezolana de Noticias in which she discussed the significance of the 19th voting process in the last 15 years of her tenure at the helm of the electoral branch of government. With this number of elections, she said that Venezuela's democracy is "unbreakable."
Lucena: The 1999 Constitution defines our democracy twice.
Lucena: We have applied important policies that have had a big impact on the electoral system, its security, and all of the elections and referenda in Venezuela.
Lucena: The guarantees are all there.
Lucena: They are a very powerful guild in the United States.
I'll Lay Down My Glasses » Wow (!): Chavez DENIED His "Reforms" By The People Of Venezuela, 1 Jan 2007 [cached]
Voters defeated the sweeping measures Sunday by a vote of 51 percent to 49 percent, said Tibisay Lucena, chief of the National Electoral Council, with voter turnout at just 56 percent.
She said that with 88 percent of the votes counted, the trend was irreversible.
Opposition supporters shouted with joy as Lucena announced the results on national television early Monday, their first victory against Chavez after nine years of electoral defeats.
Tibisay Lucena, the ..., 18 Mar 2013 [cached]
Tibisay Lucena, the president of Venezuela's National Electoral Council (CNE) rejected statements on Sunday by U.S. State Department Assistant Secretary for Latin America Roberta Jacobson, who said it would be "a little difficult" for Venezuela to have "clean and transparent elections," next month on April 14.
"We roundly reject the naïve statements of Ms. Roberta Jacobson, for their interjectionist and disrespectful content," Lucena said during a speech at the CNE headquarters in Caracas, Venezuela.
Lucena called the statements imprudent, "especially when they come from the United States, a country with a fragile and unsafe electoral system that increasingly excludes minorities and low-income sectors."
She said that Venezuela has an electoral system that guarantees the sovereign decision of voters "and while we audit 54% of the electoral booths at the end of the day, in the United States the results aren't audited. For a long time, citizens' groups have been fighting to be allowed to audit three to five percent of the booths after voting."
She said that Venezuela's fully automated electoral system, "more than just a technological platform, is the instrument of the expression of all our people."
Equipment Ready for April 14
Lucena also announced Sunday that tests have already been carried out on the electoral platform ahead of the April 14 presidential vote "and we can guarantee that the machinery is working properly."
"We guarantee trustworthy, transparent results and the integrity of the Venezuelan electoral system," she said.
During the testing of the voting equipment, Lucena added, electoral accompaniers were present from the Inter-American Union of Electoral Bodies (UNIORE) and the Union of South American Nations (UNASUR).
Tibisay Lucena, president of ..., 24 Nov 2008 [cached]
Tibisay Lucena, president of Venezuela's election council, said the opposition won in the two most populous states -- Miranda and Zulia -- as well as Nueva Esparta, Carabobo and Tachira.
Turnout topped 65 percent among the 16.8 million registered voters, a new high for a local election in Venezuela, Lucena said.
Venezuela Information Centre (VIC) - VENEZUELAN PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN GEARS UP, 28 Mar 2009 [cached]
Tibisay Lucena, President of Venezuela's National Electoral Commission
Tibisay Lucena, President of Venezuela's National Electoral Commission At a talk this morning at the Inter-American Dialogue, Doctor Tibisay Lucena addressed a number of the issues facing one of the world's most scrutinized election agencies, including updating voter registries, ensuring access to the polls for all Venezuelans, developing a state of the art automated voting system, and mediating between two passionate political camps to ensure a free and fair election. Dr. Lucena's job is made more difficult by Venezuela's private media, who frequently act as advocates for the opposition parties.
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