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The (i)relevance of the Law in the First Decade of Electoral Auditing in Mexico

Díaz Domínguez, Alejandro;
Open Access Spanish
  • Published: 01 Jun 2017
  • Publisher: Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas, División de Estudios Políticos
Abstract
Resumen: Basándose en el modelo legalista se encuentra que las consideraciones jurídicas explican la confirmación del Tribunal Electoral del Poder Judicial de la Federación (TEPJF) en las multas impuestas a los partidos políticos nacionales por el órgano electoral a nivel federal (IFE) al revisar sus gastos ordinarios y de campaña. Sin embargo, una parte de la variación en las revocaciones ordenadas por el TEPJF se debe a factores políticos. La fiscalización electoral en México entre 1996 y 2006, aunque obedeció principalmente a consideraciones legales, no estuvo exenta de decisiones políticas. Abstract: Based on the legal model, I found that the law explains ru...
Subjects
free text keywords: IFE, TEPJF, partidos políticos, dinero y política, fiscalización, México, political parties, money and politics, auditing, Mexico
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