The failures in the system registered during the morning of this week motivated the suspension of internal elections Independent Democratic Union (UDI).
The elections began at 9:00 am this week in more than 200 authorized offices across the country and around 12:45 pm the Supreme Court decided to suspend them.
The UDI had 44,555 militants who were authorized to vote and to elect a new governing board for the guild.
These people could vote electronically or personally, but they registered connectivity failures and instability in the system, from the EVoting company.
About 12:00 hours the system completely fell, causing delay and bothering militants who came to the headquarters to issue their voice and had to wait even more than an hour.
The General Secretary of the UDI, Isa Court, said technical guarantees for continuing the process were not found.
"We appreciate the decision of the Supreme Court and the willingness of the two lists (…), because this speaks of it out of the healthy differences between one list and another, there is the only appearance of respect for the party's internal democracy," he added. .
Also, formally apologized and apologized to the militants who could not vote and explained that the elections will be on Sunday, December 16th.https://media.biobiochile.cl/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/cm02issakortudi1.mp3
Deputy Jorge Alessandri explained that it is best to terminate the election because the company did not provide a technical solution. In this context, he indicated that the entity will have some time to explain the cause of the failure.
Among the people who came to vote was the Minister of the Interior, Andres Chadwick, who before the suspension expressed the importance of the party moving forward, regardless of who was elected new or new president of the alliance.
These internal elections were marked by smokes and directories between the lists of Javier Makaia and Jacqueline van Riselberg
Through a letter published in El Mercucio, former Presidents of the UDI, Juan Antonio Coloma, Patrizio Melero, Julio Dietborne and Ernesto Silva, called for a vote on Javier Macaya.