This Saturday, June 27, on the occasion of the National Plebiscite to be held on October 25, 2020, Servel makes available the Electoral Padrón as provisional.
This Padrón contains a payroll of persons registered in the Electoral Register who, according to the known background until 6 June, are eligible to exercise the right to suffrage.
In addition, a temporary disabled payroll was drawn up, indicating the causality that gave rise to that condition, which includes persons registered in the Electoral Register but which in the next Plebiscite may not be covered.
Thus, the Provisional Electoral Padrón consists of 14,791,476 electors in Chile, 59,526 abroad, with 249,830 being the total disabled.
The President of the Board of Directors of Servel, Patricio Santamaría Mutis, stated that «With the change of date of the National Plebiscite, this temporary standard incorporates 119,773 young people who, by turning 18, will be able to choose the country they want this October 25».
One of the most relevant purposes of the Provisional Election Pads and the Provisional Payrolls of Disabled, is that the data they contain are subject to the review of two audit companies, which will provide an opinion as to whether they comply with the provisions of the current regulations, so that the Servel can make any corrections that it deems relevant.
The Electoral Padrón and the Disabled Payroll as an auditee will be published on July 27 on the Electoral Service’s website, and a 10-day claims period with the Regional Electoral Courts is currently being brought to the Electoral Tribunals.