Court dismisses controversy that prevented distribution of textbooks in Chihuahua
Unanimously, the First Chamber of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation (SCJN) discarded the constitutional controversy that prevented the distribution of free textbooks for the 2023-2024 school year in the state of Chihuahuaby declaring the appeal of the Legal Counsel of the Presidency (CJP) founded.
The appeal of the presidential council challenged the decision of Minister Luis María Aguilar Morales, who had admitted the controversy to processing and granted the suspension that prevented the distribution of teaching materials in Chihuahua.
The project prepared by Minister Arturo Zaldívar asked the Court to declare the appeal founded, which was supported by the members of the body, Margarita Ríos Farjat, Juan Luis González Alcántara Carrancá, Alfredo Gutiérrez Ortiz Mena and Jorge Mario Pardo Rebolledo.
In this Wednesday's session, there was no debate on the topic among the members of the First Chamber of the Court.
Minister Luis María Aguilar Morales admitted to processing, last August, the controversy of the government of Chihuahua in which he argued that the printing and distribution of textbooks It was carried out without following the guidelines of the educational procedure.
It was also suggested that the opinion of state governments and representatives of society, as well as specialists in education, health, culture, among others, should be taken.
The Court A similar controversy has yet to be resolved, presented by the government of Coahuila, a matter in which an appeal filed by the CJP against a suspension of the distribution of books is also being analyzed.
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