When Someone Decides Before the Voter: Inadmissible Restrictions to the Right to Stand for Election
Bernardo Pulido Marquez
Kellogg Institute Dissertation Year Fellow, Law
Nomination rules can impact the rights of candidates, political parties, and, finally, the voters. This project analyzes both admissible and inadmissible restrictions imposed in electoral contests for candidate nomination thru the revision of several examples in the Latin-American context.
Bernardo Pulido Marquez is a Doctor of Juridical Science candidate at the Law School. He obtained his law degree (LLB equivalent) from Universidad Católica Andrés Bello (UCAB) at Caracas, Venezuela, where he also did studies on Venezuelan Constitutional Law. Pulido Marquez also holds a Master in the Science of Law (JSM) from Stanford Law School where he was part of the Stanford Program in International Legal Studies (SPILS)...