These are the 13 trusts of the Judicial Branch in the spotlight

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The Chamber of Deputies approved an initiative that reforms the fourth transitory article of the decree that issues the Organic Law of the Judicial Branch of the Federation, with which it was proposed eliminate 13 funds and trusts from the Judicial Branch and keep only those that are provided for in the legislation.

The 13 trustswhich represented 15,434 million pesos until the second quarter of 2023, are distributed as follows:

The 13 trusts They serve different purposes, such as the payment of pensions for senior managersmeans and operational personnel of the Judicial Branch of the Federation, also assists operational public servants, in cases of extreme medical urgency and for the assignment of a property home.

They are also used for the acquisition, construction and remodeling of jurisdictional bodies and its equipment, as well as training, improvement and specialization of public persons.

These are the 13 funds of the Judicial Branch that analyze disappearing:

  1. Complementary pensions for senior managers.
  2. Complementary pensions for middle managers and operational staff.
  3. Complementary medical benefits plan.
  4. Product management of sales of CDS publications.
  5. Budget remnants.
  6. National Fund for the strengthening and modernization of the administration of justice.
  7. Complementary pensions for retired magistrates and judges.
  8. Maintenance of residences of magistrates and judges.
  9. Complementary medical support and extraordinary financial support for public servants.
  10. Infrastructure development that implements constitutional reforms in federal justice.
  11. Fund for the administration of resources from sentences.
  12. Trust for complementary medical support and extraordinary financial support for public servants.
  13. Mixed Mexico-Spain technical and scientific cooperation fund.

He Senate of the Republic received said minute that reforms the Organic Law of the Judicial Branch of the Federation and ordered the committees of Finance and Public Credit, as well as the Second Legislative Studies, to take turns for their respective discussion and vote, which could take place next week.

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