Within the framework of Regional and Municipal Elections 2022 to take place this October 2, the Ministry of Education reported that school classes on Friday, October 30 and Monday, October 3 will not be suspended. Likewise, he explained that at the end of the student schedule, the educational institutions will provide all the facilities to the members of the National Office of Electoral Processes (ONPE) for the installation of polling stations and secret voting chambers.
In the statement, published this September 28, it is detailed that the ONPE has learned of the school schedules for the use of educational institutions as polling places and this has been indicated to the heads of the Decentralized Offices of Electoral Processes at the national level.
Elections 2022: how can I find my polling place?
The ONPE has made the Electoral Consultation page available to all citizens, which will help Peruvians find where they should vote this October 2.
From there, you must fill in the box with the number of your DAYS and click on ‘consult’. Then the polling place will appear, order number in the electoral register, and it will tell you if you are table member.
ONPE link to see the 2022 voting location
To see where you have had to vote you must access the following LINK completely free of charge: https://consultaelectoral.onpe.gob.pe/.
Elections 2022: will the use of a mask be mandatory to vote?
According to ONPE, the official entity in charge of conducting the elections, people will be required to wear a mask when going to their polling place. This was confirmed by the institution’s electoral training specialist, Juan Heredia.
“Until now there is no supreme decree that establishes the optional use of masks in closed and open spaces. We are still going to demand that citizens go to vote with a double mask or a KN95. When we have the decree, our security protocols will be updated, ”he said.
Elections 2022: Until when can you buy alcoholic beverages?
The dry law will take effect one day before the 2022 Regional and Municipal Elections, that is, from 8:00 am on Saturday, October 1. This means that, as of this date, no establishment will be able to sell alcoholic beverages, and those that are exclusively dedicated to this activity must close their facilities.