"The Inter-American system also does not impose a specific electoral system or a specific means of exercising the rights to vote and to be elected. The American Convention establishes general guidelines that determine a minimum content of political rights and allows the States to regulate those rights, within the parameters established in the Convention, according to their historical, political, social and cultural needs, which may vary from one country to another and even within one country, at different historical moments. "
OAS (IACHR): Case of Castañeda Gutman v. México, par. 166

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Case of Castañeda Gutman v. México


Spanish; Castilian