Tue. Nov 12th, 2019

The polls are moved to the street in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria so that a person with disabilities can vote


León explained in statements to the media that this has been the most prominent incidence in an election day with "fewer incidents than in the rest" of previous electoral processes.

"A person with a disability could not access the electoral college and the president of his table was kind enough that, so that he could exercise his right, move the polls to the street," said the Government delegate.

The top representative of the central government in the islands also said that in a polling station "the light went out" for a moment, which was brief because the light box could be accessed and corrected.

This was expressed by the Government delegate after casting his vote in the municipality of Valleseco, where he said he hoped that "the environmental cold does not translate into electoral cold" and people come to vote. "The more participation, the more chance the Government will be formed," he said.

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