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The Government of the Generalitat has approved this Tuesday a decree law that “enables voting by mail and electronic voting” in the elections of sports entities in Catalonia, as is the case of the Barcelona Football Club.
This was explained in the usual press conference after the weekly meeting of the Executive Council, the Government spokesperson, Meritxell Budó. Budó has indicated that, with this decree law, “certain aspects of the legal regime of the sports entities of Catalonia are modified”. “Specifically, the approved decree law enables voting by postal mail and electronic voting in the election processes of the boards of directors and of the presidents or presidents of the sports entities of Catalonia “, has added.
The date of the elections to the presidency of the Barcelona Football Club, initially scheduled for next January 24, has had to be postponed due to mobility restrictions imposed by the Generalitat. In a meeting held on the 15th between the Catalan executive and the sports entity, The Government informed the club that the current epidemiological situation “does not allow the authorization of displacement outside the municipality to members who do not have an electoral seat within their municipal term on January 24, given the high mobility that this would entail “.
Today, Tuesday, the Generalitat has approved this decree law that “enables voting by mail and electronic voting “in the elections of sports entities in Catalonia, such as the Barcelona Football Club.
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