Second round: Prosecutor’s Office orders forensic analysis of electoral software – Investigation – Justice

The forensic analysis was ordered by the prosecutor assigned to the Superior Court of Cali, José Freddy Restrepo, who also required a revision to four of the software: those for the selection of witnesses and jurors, those for pre-counting, those for scrutiny and those for obtaining the consolidated results.

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Likewise, the National Registrar was required to indicate “why only partial and not total software has been purchased for the entire electoral procedure as ordered by said ruling in 2018,” indicated the Prosecutor’s Office.

The National Registrar was required to indicate “why only partial and not total software has been purchased for the entire electoral procedure as ordered by said ruling in 2018”: Prosecutor’s Office

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Likewise, the investigative entity made a request to the magistrates of the National Electoral Council (CNE) to report on the management they have advanced related to four requests previously made to the Registrar.

The Prosecutor’s Office also asked the CNE for information on the actions they have carried out to ensure that presidential candidate campaigns can register their election witnesses “effectively and in a timely manner”through mechanisms such as the QR code for mobile devices.

The magistrate of the CNE, Luis Guillermo Pérez, shared on his Twitter account the order of the Prosecutor’s Office to review the software of the electoral process.

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This is because the criminal news of these events “corresponds to criminal news opened by circumstances that occurred and were reported in the city of Bogotá during the year 2022, which are advanced and are the responsibility of this Thematic Axis.”

In the letter, prosecutor Ardila tells the official from Cali: “Furthermore, I inform you that all judicial police activities that are deployed to clarify the investigation must be coordinated with the undersigned.”

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