There are 81 challenges admitted by the SCJN against the first part of Plan B

The minister of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation (SCJN), Alberto Perez Dayanhas admitted 81 challenges against the first part of the so-called ‘Plan B’ of electoral reform.

This first part includes changes to the General Law of Social Communication and in the General Law of Administrative Responsibilitiesand has generated controversy among opposition political parties, state governments, and municipalities.

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According to the most recent public notification in the records of the country’s highest court, in the last few hours, Minister Pérez Dayán has endorsed a dozen appeals promoted by municipalities against the aforementioned reforms.

The municipalities argued that the approval of ‘Plan B’ constitutes a direct violation of the Federal Constitution and affects their budgetary autonomy, since the Legislative powers and Federal Executive the powers constitutionally entrusted to them are exceeded or exceeded.

In total, 170 challenges have been filed against the decree published in the Official Journal of the Federation on December 27 of last year, including six unconstitutionality actions and 74 constitutional controversies.

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Minister Pérez Dayán is in charge of reviewing the challenges and presenting his opinion to the SCJNwhich will make the final decision on the validity of ‘Plan B’.

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