Electoral Observer: Venezuela's Voting System is Water Tight

International electoral observer Javier Farje circulated this report while voting was still underway Sunday. He describes Venezuela's electoral system as "water-tight" and "impossible to rig". 

By Javier Farje

International electoral observer Javier Farje circulated this report while voting was still underway Sunday. In the video, he describes Venezuela's electoral system as "water-tight" and "impossible to rig".

Since the election results were announced, Farje has stated that "not a shred of evidence" has been produced to substantiate opposition allegations of fraud. He has also criticised the international mainstream press for failing to cover a report by the Latin American Council of Electoral Experts on the transparency of Sunday's vote. 

Javier Farje is a Peruvian-born British journalist with almost 40 years of experience. He has a master degree on post-Colonial History at Birkbeck College, University of London and worked for the BBC World Service as a producer, senior producer, editor and project manager. He also worked at Amnesty International as a Press Officer and presented more than 60 programmes for Hispan TV (Iran) in 9 Latin American countries. He is currently an analyst with TV stations in the Middle East, mainly with Press TV (Iran) and also TRT World (Turkey) and Al Jazeera English.