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National Office of Electoral Processes
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The National Office of Electoral Processes (Oficina Nacional de Procesos Electorales, ONPE) is the body in charge of organizing "elections in Peru. Created in 1993, during the government of "Alberto Fujimori, it is headquartered in the "Jesús María District in "Lima. Its current National Chief is Adolfo Carlo Magno Castillo Meza.

ONPE is an autonomous body of the State, and it forms the electoral system of Peru, along with the "National Jury of Elections and the "National Registry of Identification and Civil Status.

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Mission[edit]

To ensure the respect for the popular will, to promote the free electoral participation by the citizens, to contribute to the democratic consolidation of the country.

Vision[edit]

To be the maximum and autonomous authority, specialized in planning, organization and execution of electoral processes, and a model within the region for its technology and innovative electoral mechanisms.

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