Guanajuato, Gto. In an extraordinary session, the Local Council of the National Electoral Institute (INE) in the State of Guanajuato carried out the ratification, where applicable, and appointment of the Owner and Alternate Electoral Councilors of the 15 District Councils for the Federal Electoral Process 2023 – 2024. .
This involves the appointment of 42 people to fill vacant positions in these collegiate bodies, of which 15 correspond to Owner Councils, and 27 to Substitutes. Likewise, 138 Councils were ratified, of which 75 are Owners and 63 are Alternates.
The President Councilor, Jaime Juárez Jasso explained that this procedure was carried out in accordance with what was established in the Call and in accordance with the law, “it is an agreement that is of course based on the guiding principles of the Institution.”
In this sense, the Electoral Councilors agreed that the work and performance of their counterparts at the district level will contribute to the strengthening of democracy in the state.
The District Councils will be constituted as the electoral authority in each of the Federal Electoral Districts of the entity as of December 1 and are made up of a Presidency and 6 Electoral Councils (Owners), the Members of the Electoral Organization, the Registry of Voters and, of Electoral Training and Civic Education, as well as representatives of national political parties.
During the session, the integration of the Local Council Commissions was approved to monitor and organize the exercise of its powers in accordance with the applicable legislation and regulations on the matter, which are: Debates Commission, Electoral Organization Commission and Training and Education Civic, Federal Voter Registry Commission and Liaison Commission with Local Electoral Public Organization.
Likewise, the Report on the progress of the 2023-2024 Annual Update Campaign was presented, as well as the statistics on the Register and Nominal List of Voters, in addition to the Report regarding the accreditation procedure for electoral observers, accounting for 29 applications received. , therefore it was also approved to accredit two people who met the established requirements to carry out electoral observation activities, while the rest are under review for subsequent accreditation.