INE reports more than 740 stolen credentials in a looted module in Acapulco

INE reports more than 740 stolen credentials in a looted
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He National Electoral Institute (INE) reported to the competent authorities the theft of 740 voter credentials that were stolen from the module located in the Plaza del Patio, in the municipality of Acapulcoafter that place was looted after the passage of the hurricane Otis.

During the session of the Federal Voter Registry commission this Monday, it was reported that the theft of technological equipment and computers was also reported and that it is currently operating with a mobile module in the surroundings of that place, because it is expected that the authorities will allow the use of the premises within the square.

The report mentions that the six modules of the INE located in the municipality of Acapulco They already operate normally and the protocol for disaster cases continues to be used, which allows citizens to replace their voter ID card, only by presenting their fingerprints...

It also started protocol for credential theft in INE modulesin order to notify the more than 740 people affected so that they do not fall into fraud and deceptionin addition to the fact that these plastics were canceled in the nominal list and electoral registry, with the aim of not misusing the credentials, and, shortly, the stolen credentials will be replaced with new plastics and a different identification code of the credential, so that the owners can have official identification.

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