Judge grants definitive suspension against incorporation of the National Guard to the Sedena

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With her resolution, the judge revived the brake that last week was revoked in less than 24 hours by a Collegiate Court in the state of Guanajuato. The magistrates annulled the provisional suspension that the judge granted since admitting the amparo claim.

A federal judge in the state of Guanajuato revived the suspension that stopped the entry into force of the decree that orders the militarization of the National Guard (GN), published on September 9 in the Official Gazette of the Federation (DOF).

The Ninth District Judge in the state of Guanajuato, Karla Macías, granted the definitive suspension against the decree, which will be in force until the judge issues her sentence of amparo.

With her resolution, the judge revived the brake that last week was revoked in less than 24 hours by a Collegiate Court in the state of Guanajuato.

The magistrates annulled the provisional suspension that the judge granted since she admitted the amparo claim, however, that decision did not prevent the judge from granting the suspension definitively, as she did on this occasion.

The definitive suspension can be challenged through an appeal for review that will have to be resolved by the same court that annulled the provisional suspension.

On August 13, the Ninth District Judge in the state of Guanajuato granted the first provisional suspension against the decree and ordered that operational control of the GN not be transferred to the Secretary of National Defense (Sedena).

The amparo was processed by various civil society organizations and is part of the 53 collective lawsuits that were filed in different courts of the Federation.

Mexico Daily Post