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Sunday December 16, 2012
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PHOTO GALLERY | ELECTION 2012

How the local election began on Sunday


Local election in Venezuela, both in the capital city and the province, has been marked by low turnout, no matter the readiness at balloting stations

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As usual, on Sunday at 3:00 in the morning, government followers sounded reveille in Petare, Sucre Municipality, Miranda state (Photo: AVN)
As usual, on Sunday at 3:00 in the morning, government followers sounded reveille in Petare, Sucre Municipality, Miranda state (Photo: AVN) Voters in Chacao Municipality, Miranda State, look at their personal data in the roll (Photo: Kisaí Mendoza) A view of a balloting station in the city of Puerto Ordaz, at 8:30 a.m. This site is among the largest balloting stations in Bolívar state, south Venezuela (Photo: María Ramírez) Voters in Chacao Municipality, Miranda State, get started to cast their ballots (Photo: Kisaí Mendoza) The call to vote in this polling station located in east Caracas was almost nil (Photo: Kisaí Mendoza) Polling station Fe y Alegría in Maracay, the capital city of central Aragua state, failed to open in good timing (Photo: Erika Guillén) This is how a polling station in Chacao Municipality, Miranda state, looked like early on Sunday (Photo: Kisaí Mendoza) Voters prepared to vote in Baruta Municipality, Miranda state (Photo: Gabriela Pulido) Inside polling station José Sanz, Baruta Municipality, the operation was on its way (Photo: Gabriela Pulido) Morning view of a balloting station in Barinas state (Photo: Walter Obregón) No matter the preparedness, a balloting station located in La Trinidad, Baruta Municipality, Miranda state, was empty (Photo: Gabriela Pulido) Outside, the seats for voters were vacant (Photo: Gabriela Pulido)
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