The Temporary Commission for the Monitoring of Local Electoral Processes 2021-2022 of the National Electoral Institute (INE) approved the design and printing of the ballot, documentation, materials, as well as the indelible liquid that will be used in the revocation of Andrés Manuel’s mandate López Obrador, if carried out.

They also endorsed that Talleres Gráficas de México be designated for the printing of the documents by virtue of the fact that said entity currently offers the best conditions for the Institute in terms of quality, timeliness, technical and human infrastructure and experience of previous electoral processes.

Regarding the production of the indelible liquid, the counselors mentioned that the National School of Biological Sciences of the National Polytechnic Institute (IPN) requires that it be requested at least two months in advance so that the product can be delivered in a timely manner.

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Regarding the design of the ballot, they proposed to stop including during production, the data of municipality or mayor’s office on the front of the document and that it be placed on the back during the sealing of the ballots in the districts (as part of the counting, sealing and grouping procedure), because the differentiated printing of around 2,571 municipalities of the country, implies more printing time and more resources.

In an extraordinary session, the Commission also endorsed the following documentation: package box and identification label; ballot box liner and Braille tag; ballot marker; credential marker; given credential marker; seatbelt; special screen and indelible liquid, among others.

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All this will be put to the consideration of the General Council of the INE.

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