The Central Electoral Commission’s Decision on Declaring the Presidential Elections Invalid
Presidential elections shall be declared invalid at any stage, if:
1) the amount of inaccuracies is higher than or equal to the difference between the number of ballots cast for the two candidates who received the most votes or, in the case if one candidate was running, the difference between the number of ballots cast for and against that candidate, which significantly affects the results of the election, i.e. it is impossible to reestablish the real results of the election and determine which candidate is elected;
2) violations of this Code, which may have influenced the election results, have taken place in the process of preparation and conduct of elections.
Thank you for using VOTA. In order to help us improve the database, please send your comments or feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org or to email@example.com
The VOTA database was created within the framework of the joint programme between the Venice Commission and the European Commission "Democracy through free and fair elections". It is managed jointly by the Secretariat of the Venice Commission and by the Mexican Electoral Tribunal of the Federal Judiciary (TEPJF).