Reports of plots or attacks against the life of a voting table president (presidente de mesa) in Ica during or after the presidential elections of April 2000 [PER38208.E]

No reference to the voting table president (presidente de mesa) named in the information request or reports of attacks or plots against a voting table president in the Department of Ica, or in its capital city of the same name, or a listing of persons staffing voting tables by locality, could be found among the sources consulted by the Research Directorate. Please note that the 2000 presidential elections reportedly had 88,787 voting tables nationwide (Cronología Andina Dec. 2000), and that these consisted of two rounds of voting, one on 8 April and one on 28 May (Elecciones Perú 3 June 2000; ibid. 22 May 2000).

This Response was prepared after researching publicly accessible information currently available to the Research Directorate within time constraints. This Response is not, and does not purport to be, conclusive as to the merit of any particular claim to refugee status or asylum. Please find below the list of additional sources consulted in researching this Information Request.


Cronología Andina [Lima]. "Peru: DiciembreAbril 2000." dicpe4.htm [Accessed 17 Jan. 2002]

Elecciones Perú [Lima]. 3 June 2000. "Noticias." [Accessed 17 Jan. 2002]

_____. 22 May 2000. "Noticias." [Accessed 17 Jan. 2002]

Additional Sources Consulted

Asociación Civil Transparencia, Lima. Searchable archives.

Cronología Andina [Lima]. Jan.-Dec. 2000.

El Comercio [Lima]. Searchable archives.

Elecciones Perú [Lima].

La República [Lima]. Searchable archives.

Latinamerica Press [Lima]. Apr.-June 2000.

Latin American Weekly Report [London]. Apr.-June 2000.

Latin American Regional Reports: Andean Group Report [London].

Internet websites and search engines.

IRB Databases.



This list is not exhaustive. It does not include annual reports, subject and country-specific publications available at the Resource Centre.