The Invited Pen / Electoral Justice in Ibero America
The Ibero-American electoral contentious history records in the Constitutions of the nineteenth and part of the twentieth century, a system of electoral justice assigned to the legislative body (also called contentious political electoral), by reserving to the Legislature, the alleged lawmakers or a part thereof, the right to decide on the validity or invalidity of a particular election.
The aforementioned electoral justice system assigned to the legislative body generally coexisted with a variety of administrative resources that could be brought, during the preparation stage of the election, before a body responsible for organizing the elections, and sometimes with different remedies prior to election day before the bodies of ordinary jurisdiction (such as those relating to electoral rolls). Read complete article.
Civic Electoral Education
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