Luis María Aguilar Minister of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation (SCJN) assured that the reliance on the Judicial Branch which seeks to extinguish the Legislative power serve as “tools” that keep judicial officials away from corruption.
In the communicator interview, Joaquín López-Dórigathe magistrate spoke about the controversy surrounding the disappearance of irregular dependence which is in the Judicial power of the Federation (PJF). There he remained as the 13 trusts seeking liquidation done with “different motives” and on support workers in specific areas.
“Some trusts follow Mexico’s commitment to the United Nations, to ensure decent conditions and compensation,” said the Minister.
Luis María Aguilar pointed out that with confidence in Medical assistance to “get a prosthesis for someone whose insurance doesn’t cover it.” So, he assured that These resources “keep judges and magistrates away from corruption.”
“Why? This keeps judges and magistrates away from corruption and that is what we want: the judges have done well,” said the Minister.
Likewise, the minister involved with the magnate Ricardo Salinas Pliego so you can benefit from your decisions and prevent you from paying your company’s debts confirm that “not one penny” of those who are trusted to benefit the ministers.
“There is not a penny of benefit, it does not give any benefit to the ministers, not a penny from any trust, all the trust is for the administration of the justice service or the pension of judges, magistrates or medical help,” he said.
They will challenge the reform
Aguilar said the unconstitutionality action against law reform that seeks to extinguish trust is the result of the same ministers.
“There is a possibility that if the law is approved it can be challenged in an action of unconstitutionality and it is good that we resolve it in a way that is clear and clear that we are not in a certain way. position to test impartially as required to a judge,” he said.