Mexico's Electoral Authorities: Implications for Democracy and the Rule of Law
de Oca, Rodrigo Montes
Mexico’s electoral authorities made several poor decisions in the two most recent election cycles. This brief examines these decisions in light of the continued fragility of Mexico's political institutions, and it argues that all rulings are pivotal for the credibility of future elections and the consolidation of Mexico’s democracy.
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