Román Jáquez participated as head of the Electoral Observation Mission in Mexico

Román Jáquez participated as head of the Electoral Observation Mission in Mexico

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The pro tempore co-president of the Inter-American Union of Electoral Organizations (Uniore) and president of the Central Electoral Board (JCE) of the Dominican Republic, Román Jáquez Liranzo, participated as head of the Electoral Observation Mission in the last federal elections process and premises of Mexico City, last Sunday, June 6.
 
Jáquez Liranzo, fulfilled his work of observation in the electoral process where Mexican citizens voted to choose 500 representatives of the Federal Chamber of Deputies, 1,063 deputies, 1,923 municipal presidencies, 2,057 receiverships, 14,222 regidurías, 204 councilors and in addition to the presidencies of 22 municipal boards, 22 receiverships, 88 regidurías and 299 community presidents.
 
In the days prior to the electoral process, he participated in debates on the reports made by the advance mission of Uniore, presented in January and May of this year, as well as on the official statement issued by said body on its official Twitter account, on May 19.
 
Likewise, the Electoral Observation Mission held meetings with electoralists from the Inter-American Institute of Human Rights and its Electoral Advisory and Promotion Center (IIHR-CAPEL), where they discussed the different important aspects of electoral actors, processes and electoral bodies. 

 

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