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Ministry of Foreign Affairs authorized more than 20 thousand Mexicans to vote abroad

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On Monday, April 22nd, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (SRE) reported that of the 39,724 Mexicans excluded by the INE from voting from abroad, 20,964 have already been reinstated to the nominal list so that they can participate in the June 2 elections.

Alicia Bárcena, head of the SRE, said that the authorization was granted by the National Electoral Institute (INE) after a meeting with authorities from the Foreign Ministry on Sudany, April 21st.

The SRE explained that 18,760 voters are still under analysis due to alleged irregularities in their registration.

Bárcena recalled that the INE notifies each affected citizen electronically so that before May 1 they present their request for clarification and can exercise their vote from the country in which they reside outside of Mexico.

As of this Monday, April 22nd, 14,279 people have already requested clarifications, but those who cannot complete the process will have to attend one of the 23 consular offices.

Through its official social networks, the National Electoral Institute (INE) announced on Monday, April 22, only 40 days before the 2024 elections in Mexico, that they have received 268 applications to participate as foreign visitors.

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