Mexico: academic organizations supported by FAOE present results on observation of recent elections

Fecha: (12/16/2021 10:37:28 AM)


Mexico City. The Seminar on the Presentation of Investigations by Academic and University Centers took place on November 8-9, 2021. The object of the activity was to receive the investigations on the 2020-2021 electoral process in Mexico that were conducted with funds and technical assistance of the Fund to Support Electoral Observation (FAOE), an initiative of the National Electoral Institute (INE) and administered by the Center for Electoral Promotion and Assistance (IIHR/CAPEL).


The six academic centers supported by FAOE were the Colegio de México, the Legal Research Institute of the Autonomous University of Chiapas; the University Program of Studies on Democracy, Justice and Society (PUEDJS) of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), the Center for Interdisciplinary Research in the Sciences and Humanities of the UNAM, the SignaLab of the ITESO (the Jesuit University of Guadalajara) and the Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico.


Present in the activity, which was inaugurated by Lorenzo Córdova, President of the INE, were Simón Pachano and Luis Mario Rodríguez, members of the Committee of International Evaluation; the Technical Secretary of FAOE, Salvador Romero, and María Isabel Romero, Assistant of the Technical Secretariat, and for IIHR/CAPEL José Thompson, its Director and Andrea Tercero, its international advisor.


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