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Preliminary Electoral Results Transmission Document Presented to El Salvador’s Supreme Electoral Tribunal
On May 31, IFES delivered its final document on the 2019 transmission of preliminary electoral results (TREP) to the Supreme Electoral Tribunal of El Salvador. The document describes and analyzes all operational and logistical procedures that took place as part of the TREP for El Salvador’s presidential election on February 3, 2019.
News & Updates
IFES provided invaluable support to the Salvadoran electoral authorities’ work to administer a transparent election, improving the performance of the results transmission system and contributing to the release of clear, accurate and timely results of the country’s February 3 presidential election.
On February 3, Salvadoran citizens went to the polls to elect a new president. With decreased trust in established political parties, smaller parties’ recent electoral successes have challenged the traditional two-party system. To help you understand this important electoral process, IFES provides Frequently Asked Questions on Elections in El Salvador: 2019 Presidential Election.
This study of political finance in post-conflict society identifies lessons learned from international donor-funded efforts to support political processes in post-conflict environments in general and the funding of political parties and campaign finance in particular. The document consists of eight case studies that seek to improve our understanding not only of the political dynamics of post-conflict situations but also of how to rally international support for holding elections and supporting democratization under such circumstances.
April 30, 2006
Civic Education Material
“Electoral Reforms” is an informative booklet, available in Spanish, issued in 1999 by several civic education groups in El Salvador. The booklet reasons supporting the need for electoral reforms in El Salvador and briefly explains the 11 proposed reforms.
This report analyzes voter participation among Salvadorans and discusses the reasons why they do and do not participate in elections. The report also looks at Salvadorans’ understanding of democracy, equality for both men and women in the political arena and finishes by discussing the future opportunities for participation in Salvadoran elections.
November 30, 1997