The Central Bank of Venezuela (BCV) established the dollar price that will remain fixed for the next few days in the country, where the National Electoral Council (CNE) has already announced that 100% of the material necessary to repeat the elections this Sunday in the state of Barinas is distributed.
“100% of the polling stations have been installed, in accordance with the provisions of the electoral schedule for next Sunday, January 9,” said the rector of the CNE Tania D´Amelio.
For his part, the head of the Strategic Operational Command, Domingo Hernández, also indicated that the Venezuelan security forces were deployed to guarantee security during the electoral process.
In Barinas, the birthplace of Hugo Chávez (1954-2013), regional elections are being repeated after it became known that the opposition candidate Freddy Superlano, who had more votes than the government candidate Argenis Chávez, was disqualified.
The exchange rate published by the BCV is the weighted average that results from the daily operations of the active exchange desks of the participating banking institutions.
The BCV value date is Tuesday, January 11, 2022.
One dollar is equivalent to 4.63650000 bolivars, according to the Central Bank of Venezuela.
In addition to the official price of the dollar, the BCV forms the amounts of euros (5.25602913 bolivars), yuan (0.72704321), Turkish lira (0.33525163) and rubles (0.06169135 Bs.).
The main diffuser of the parallel market, DolarToday manages a price of 4.92 bolivars.
With information from Sputnik