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The reform allows citizens as well as parties to propose referenda, but Luis Carlos Ugalde, who served on the now-defunct Instituto Federal Electoral (IFE), said the Congress purposely created the rules this way so that citizens would not have the power to alter the Constitution (SourceMex, March 19,2014).
We're not just talking about political parties breaking the rules and exceeding the limits on campaign funding imposed by the law; we're talking about organized crime funding election campaigns, which represents a serious threat to democratic order," says Carlos Navarro Fierro, director of the International Affairs Unit of Mexico's Instituto Federal Electoral (IFE).
That left thousands of others to make their way to voting stations set up at 16 border towns by the Instituto Federal Electoral.
Digimarc Corporation (NASDAQ:DMRC) announced today it has been awarded a contract by the Instituto Federal Electoral (IFE) of Mexico to supply tens of millions of voter identification credentials over the next four years.
Jose Woldenberg, an expert on Mexican elections who served as president of the now-defunct Instituto Federal Electoral (IFE), agreed that a reduction in at-large seats could give the PRI greater control of Congress.
``We won't use the word happy, but we are satisfied with all the measures that the (Federal Election Institute) has taken to organize and facilitate the vote of Mexicans abroad,'' said Rosa Elba Arroyo, a spokeswoman at the Instituto Federal Electoral, noting the three-month period the institute had to organize the transnational election.
Treasury, Department of Homeland Security, Instituto Federal Electoral (Mexico), Ministry of Transport (New Zealand), NASA, National Institute of Health and USA.
Another change introduced by the 2013 reforms was to replace the electoral watchdog agency, the Instituto Federal Electoral (IFE), with a more independent and transparent agency called the Instituto Nacional Electoral (INE).