Judge temporarily stops reform that eliminates 13 trusts from the Judicial Branch of the Federation
The Twelfth District Judge based in the state of Chihuahua, Juan Fernando Luévano Ovalle, granted a provisional suspension against the decree of extinction of the 13 trusts of the Judicial Branch of the Federation (PJF), which extinguished the Congress of the Union, and which was published last Friday in the Official Gazette of the Federation (DOF).
The resolution was in favor of the judge of the First Collegiate Court in Civil and Labor Matters, of the same entity, María del Carmen Cordero Martínez, who yesterday presented an amparo against this reform, and who is the hierarchical superior of the federal judge.
The precautionary measure temporarily prevents the Federal Judiciary Council (CJF), the administrative entity of the PFJ, from transferring the approximately 15 billion pesos, which make up the 13 eliminated trusts, to the Treasury of the Federation (Tesofe) and the Secretariat. of Treasury and Public Credit (SHCP).
In the resolution of Judge Luévano Ovalle, these last two instances, of the Government of Mexico, are prohibited from having these resources.
“They must do the following: Refrain from applying the consequences and effects of the claimed provision contained in the decree by which a second paragraph of article 224 of the Organic Law of the PJF is added.
“Refrain from canceling or extinguishing the trusts and ensuring their continuation, operation and administration of the object for which such trusts held by the CJF were created, in compliance with the operating rules of each of them,” Judge Luévano ruled. Ovalle, by granting the suspension.
The federal judge set next November 9 as the date to hold the incidental hearing, in which it will be resolved whether or not the definitive suspension is granted in favor of Judge Cordero Martínez, a measure that would prevent the entry into force of the reform by undefined time.
This prisoner suspends the extinction of the trusts, but does not prevent the president of the PJF, Minister Norma Lucía Piña Hernández, from negotiating the destination of the resources, as she stated today in a letter to the president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, to deliver them to the affected by Hurricane Otis.
The resolution of Judge Luévano Ovalle indicates that the effects indicate, in a plain and simple manner, that the trusts must continue to operate with the objectives for which they were created.
The entities National Bank of Public Works and Services (Banobras) and the National Financial Development Bank (Nafin) are also notified, which must abide by the resolution and not have these resources available.
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