Chihuahua.- The President of the National Institute (INE), Guadalupe Taddei Zavala, led the protocol event for the start of Security Paper Production for the printing of ballots and other Electoral materials for the June 2 elections.
The director of Graphic Workshops of Mexico, Marivel Aguilera, was present at the event; the president of the State Electoral Institute, Yanko Durán and the director of Copamex, a national supplier of security paper for ballots and electoral records, Alonso González.
Taddei Zavala acknowledged that this is a complex electoral process, but he trusted that the work program will be effectively resolved through the different activities that are now in the phase of visits to unsanctioned people, as well as debates and records.
González explained that from Chihuahua the supplier company will produce 2,200 tons of paper for ballots and minutes, with high quality standards, a challenge that they gladly take on to be able to collaborate in this way with the country’s democracy.
For 25 years, the paper for the different formats of documentation with emblem used in federal elections has been produced in Chihuahua.
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