Electoral Bodies & Democratic Governance in Mexico: A Conversation with Dr. Lorenzo Córdova Vianello | Wilson Center
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Electoral Bodies & Democratic Governance in Mexico: A Conversation with Dr. Lorenzo Córdova Vianello

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The Wilson Center's Mexico Institute invites you to a conversation with Dr. Lorenzo Córdova Vianello, Councilor President of Mexico's National Electoral Institute (INE). Dr. Córdova will speak on the use of electoral bodies to guarantee democratic governance in Mexico. He will also speak on the importance of maintaining and improving the independence and autonomy of the electoral bodies as effective guardians of electoral democracy.

Dr. Lorenzo Córdova Vianello is the Councilor President of the National Electoral Institute (INE). Dr. Córdova has a law degree from UNAM and a PhD in Political Theory from the University of Turin, Italy. Dr. Córdova has authored several texts on electoral, constitutional, and political theory issues. He is a member of the Governing Board of the Institute for the Study of Democratic Transition. In public service, he has worked, among other roles, as Technical Secretary of the Mexican Senate working group that processed the Political Reform of 2010. From December 2011 to April 2014, the Chamber of Deputies appointed him Electoral Counselor of the Federal Electoral Institute (IFE).

Keynote Speaker
Dr. Lorenzo Córdova Vianello
Councilor President, National Electoral Institute (INE), Mexico

Moderator
Duncan Wood

Director, Mexico Institute