Analyzing Mexico’s June 6 Elections: What’s Next?
On June 6, Mexicans participated in the largest elections in the country’s history. Join the International Republican Institute for a discussion on the election’s results and outcomes.
On June 6, Mexicans participated in the largest elections in the country’s history. Voters chose 500 members of the Chamber of Deputies, 15 governors, and elected more than 14,000 local officials. With more than 50 percent turnout, the elections had the highest participation in 23 years.
To analyze the results and outcomes, please join the International Republican Institute on Tuesday, June 15, 2021, from 3:00 – 4:00 P.M. ET (Eastern Time) for a discussion featuring:
o Andrea Deydén –Deputy Director of Business Insider Mexico, former reporter for CNN México, CNN Expansion and Expansión.mx, who specializes in economics and finance.
o Greta Rios – President and Founder of Ollin, a youth-based civil society organization that promotes the citizen participation of youth.
o Norma Ruiz – Senior Program Manager for the International Republican Institute, expert on elections, transparency and rule of law in Mexico.
The event will be moderated by Jennifer Schreider, IRI’s Mexico Program Manager with opening remarks by Antonio Garrastazu, Regional Director for Latin America and the Caribbean at the Institute.
Program Manager, Mexico, IRI
Norma A. Ruiz
Senior Program Manager, IRI/Mexico
Andrea Deydén Valero
Deputy Editor, Business Insider Mexico
Founder and President, Ollin A.C