Tag Archives: General Law of Electoral Institutions and Procedures

INE Rules Against Candidacy of Félix Salgado

By KELIN DILLON The Inspection Commission of Mexico’s National Electoral Institute (INE) has called for the cancellation of the candidacy of controversial Guerrero gubernatorial candidate Félix Salgado Macedonio, following his failure to report campaign spending. The independent organization argued that Salgado failed to provide a pre-campaign expense report as mandated by the General Law of Electoral Institutions and Procedures (LGIPE),

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Vaccination I.D. Controversy Gets Politicized

By KELIN DILLON Mexicans fortunate enough to receive a vaccine against covid-19 have been asked for their CURP (Individual national identification) and voting credentials upon arrival to the inoculation site, which would then be photographed and put on record by National Regeneration Movement (Morena) public servants, causing outrage among opposition parties, and a proclamation of innocence from Mexican President Andrés

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