The president’s advisor to the National Electoral Institute, Guadalupe Taddei, shows that there are some parts of the country where polling stations are not set up. for the inhabitants themselves requested that they not be presented.
In an interview with Ciro Gómez Leyva in the morning, the president of the electoral body showed that the position of the residents stems from the lack of services, such as drainage, that they face in their entities. However, it is not specified which cities or municipalities this situation will be faced with.
“We have received notices from some quarters that the installation of polling stations will not be allowed, but they will not allow it because, during the election process, the neighbors understand that if they have the opportunity to complain and be heard and attend, So, they establish that because they don’t have drainage or electricity, they won’t agree to settle,” he declared.
In addition, recognized that there were other areas where violence prevented them from having a perfect election day however, he maintained that the state of the environment was not among his responsibilities.
“We have the responsibility to organize the elections, and the law gives you the possibility to agree with the national security authorities on everything necessary for the day together. When we make our trips to train to visit houses and to invite people to participate as polling station officials, we know that there are places that we are not allowed to access as easily as other places,” he explained.
Taddei guarantees a punctual PREP
Taddei Zavala guarantees that, on June 2, the Institute will have an ideal election day because they make “strong and isolated decisions against any interference from governments, civil organizations, or business associations.”
“INE has permanent management of the current political forces; “it does not walk alone; it accompanies the parties and the registration matters; on the basis of the formation of the register and the nomination list, they are not isolated,” he declared.
Finally, Guadalupe Taddei explained that the Preliminary Electoral Results Program (PREP) will always be presented during the election contests. It is worth mentioning that in addition to the presidency of the Republic, on June 2, nine governorships will change, including Mexico City.