Lorenzo Córdova supports the current national Elections system

Mexico City.- This Sunday the President Counselor of the National Electoral Institute (INE) reported that seven years after the creation of the National Elections System in Mexico, it has paid off but acknowledged that it may have some improvements.

Through a video posted on social networks, Córdova pointed out that the election system has provided the country with a better democratic quality in the electoral processes.

“We can affirm that the National Elections System has led to a better quality of democracy at the local level. One of the purposes of the 2014 reform was to standardize the electoral processes at the state and municipal levels, with those already in place. federal elections. Objective that has been reasonably met despite the fact that there are still adjustments and improvements that could be made to the model “, Lorenzo Córdova pointed out.

I emphasize that thanks to this model, in seven years, “72 local electoral processes have been carried out, either to renew governorships, state congresses, or city councils.”

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He explained that one of the palpable signs that the National Elections System works is that there has been an alternation of the ruling parties, which means that citizens “It has acquired the power to reward or punish a political force, maintaining it or withdrawing it from power through the ballot box.”

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