The price of the dollar in Venezuela was on the rise this Friday, amid the report from the European Union (EU) mission that there have been improvements in elections in Venezuela.
The price of the dollar was trading at 5.1 sovereign bolivars in the informal market of Venezuela, a level higher by 2.35% compared to 4.98 units at the end of Tuesday, according to data from the portal DolarToday.
The European Union observer mission said in a preliminary report on Tuesday that the recent state and municipal elections in Venezuela took place in better conditions than the previous three national elections.
However, the document presented to the media highlighted a series of irregularities that affect the equality of conditions to compete in the elections.
The European mission will present its conclusions next year and will make recommendations for future elections in a final report.
Isabel Santos, Portuguese Socialist deputy and head of the mission, indicated that there was evidence of an improvement, particularly with regard to the National Electoral Council (CNE), described as “the most balanced in the last 20 years.”
With AP information
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