- The call to be an Electoral Observer is still open.
- Requests for accreditation as Electoral Observers are received by the Local and District Councils of the INE and before the Electoral Processes Department of the IEEBC.
MEXICALI, BC. – The State Electoral Institute of Baja California (IEEBC), through the Commission of Electoral Processes, reiterates the invitation to the Mexican citizens to be part of the Ordinary Local Electoral Process 2018-2019 as electoral observer.
The Electoral Councilor, Graciela Amezola Canseco, president of the Commission, recalled that it was last September 9 when the General Council of the IEEBC, launched the public announcement for those who wish to observe closely the development of the elections to be held on June 2 of 2019.
The Counselor explained that the Electoral Observers are all those Mexican citizens, empowered by law to observe the acts of preparation and development of the Electoral Process, as well as the acts on electoral day.
She indicated that all citizens in full enjoyment of their civil and political rights, who express their interest in being electoral observers should be accredited before this body or the National Electoral Institute (INE).
Among the requirements for obtaining accreditation as an Electoral Observer, Amezola Canseco stressed that being a Mexican citizen in full enjoyment of their civil and political rights is required, not being or nor having been a member of national, state or municipal groups or organizations of any political party during the three years prior to the election and attend the training courses, preparation or information provided by the INE and, where appropriate, the IEEBC or the organizations to which they belong, among others that may be consulted, together with the bases of the call and the required documents listed on the page www.ieebc.mx
Finally, the President of the Commission pointed out that the applications for accreditation as Electoral Observers will be received before the Local and District Councils of INE and before the Electoral Processes Department, or in the District Councils of the IEEBC, once these are installed, with a deadline of April 30, 2019.