Saturday, June 25, 2016

Mexican Supreme Court accepts case challenging military justice reform legislation

The Mexican Supreme Court has ruled that the constitutional case recently filed by the National Commission on Human Rights challenging the 2015 military justice reform legislation is admissible. Revolución 3.0 reports:
According to the CNDH, 44 articles violate human rights such as: the prohibition on extension of military jurisdiction over civilians; rights to individual freedom, access to information, freedom of movement, due process, legal security, privacy, protection of personal data, and the presumption of innocence, and the principles of pro persona and legality.

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