The Coahuila and Edomex elections on June 4 will set an important precedent for the 2024 presidential elections (Cuartoscuro)
The Special Prosecutor for Electoral Crimes (Fisel) reported that it trained and deployed 500 FGR officials in Coahuila and the State of Mexico to address possible electoral complaints during the election process that will define the governors of both states this Sunday, the 4th of June.
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“We have worked with other federal government institutions that monitor the process 24 hours a day. This Sunday, the FGR personnel, and the Fisel personnel, will attend to all the complaints that the citizenry presents for possible federal electoral crimes, ”said the head of the Fisel, José Agustín Ortiz Pinchetti, in a statement.
“So far we have received 20 complaints, which will be thoroughly investigated by the prosecutor’s staff. I invite the public to go out to vote and denounce in case of witnessing an irregular criminal conduct through our attention systems”, Pinchetti expanded.
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