There is less and less time for the country’s citizens to vote on June 6 in what will be the largest election in history, however, unlike other electoral processes, this time people from Mexico City who reside outside the country may elect the MP.
According to Mexico City’s National Electoral Institute (IECM), the immigrant deputy will be responsible for representing every citizen of the capital living abroad in order for them to better participate in the country’s decision-making.
How can I vote from abroad?
People living abroad who wish to vote on June 6 can do so by voting postal a electronic.
For postal voting, citizens had to register in the registration system to vote from abroad. Once the registration is approved, the electoral authority sends the ballot paper to the address indicated. People must submit their votes before June 5 for it to be valid.
Those who opted for e-voting had to pre-register for access codes to the online e-voting system, and thus vote later at 6:00 p.m. on June 6.
Who is running for the position of deputy immigrant?
– National Action Party (deprivation): Raul de Jesus Torres is a graduate of International Relations from Endicott College in Boston
– Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI): Andrea Kat Cantu, LLM from the University of Groningen in the Netherlands.
Democratic Revolution Party (fart): Sandy Chorinho Rico, LLM in International Business Law from the University of Iberoamericana.
–green partyBy: Cecilia Miranda Megangos, Athletic Training Graduate and former Board Member of the Institute of Mexicans Abroad.
– labor Party (PT): Diana Reyes Angels.
Citizen movementMC): Beatriz Guerrero Ona, I graduated in Political Science from the Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico.
–Brown womanBy: Veronica Puente Vera, Mathematical Science Instructor from Michigan Technological University.
Equality between parties, freedom and genderChoose): Mario Francisco Gutierrez Martinez, Law School Graduate.
Citizen’s Meeting PartyPES): Nancy Guadalupe Oviedo, Graduated in International Relations from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM).
progressive social networksRSP): Armando Tonatió Hernandez, BA in Communication from Community College of Houston.
–strength for mexico: Sergio Roberto Guzman.