When order and the orderly conduct of the voting are endangered at the voting center, the VCC suspends the voting and asks for the help of the police. The request is forwarded in written form and shall contain a short description of the reasons and circumstances. The request is signed by the chairman and the deputy chairman of the VCC.
The chairman or deputy chairman of the VCC immediately notifies the ZEC or LGEC about the incident that has happened.
When order is restored in the voting center, the VCC asks the police forces to leave the voting center and takes measures to begin the voting again immediately.
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).