The Nation's Supreme Court of Justice Escalafon.
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THE SUPREME COURT OF JUSTICE OF THE NATION
FIRST. In accordance with the provisions of Articles 11, XXI and XXII, and 14, fraction XIV, of the Organic Law of the Judiciary of the Federation, the Plenary and the President The Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation is empowered to issue general agreements in matters of its jurisdiction, as well as to issue the necessary provisions for the promotion and promotion of public servants of the this High Court;
SECOND. The Third Title of the Federal Law of Workers to the State Service, Rule 123 (B) of the Constitution establishes the system of escalafon the promotion of the promotion of the workers must be governed and the permutas and, in Article 49, the obligation of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation to issue, in agreement with the Union of Workers of the Judicial Power of the Federation, a Regulation of Escalafon;
THIRD. The Supreme Court of the Nation's Supreme Court, based on the provisions of Article 11, the 21st party, of the Organic Law of the Judiciary of the Federation, issued the sixteen of August of one thousand nine hundred and eighty-eight, the Federation's Judicial Power Escalation Regulation;
FOURTH. On the occasion of the constitutional reforms that came into effect on January 1, a thousand nine hundred and ninety-five, the administration, surveillance and discipline of power Judicial of the Federation, with the exception of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation, are in charge of the Council of the Federal Judicature that has technical independence, of management and to issue its resolutions; and,
QUINTO. The twenty-fifth of January of two thousand five was approved the General Agreement Plenario 4/2005, which modified and updated the bureaucratic structure and the squares of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation (which was replaced by the various General Agreements Plenarios 8/2005 and 16/2005, currently in force). As a result of the aforementioned amendment, a new name was established for the posts in this High Court, which led to the fact that those provided for in the Escalafon Regulation of the Judicial Branch of the Federation are no longer in line with those of the currently exist, so it is considered appropriate to issue a new Escalafon Regulation.
Consequently, the following is issued:
CHAPTER FIRST GENERAL PROVISIONS
ARTICLE 1. This Regulation aims to establish the system and procedure to effect the promotion and permutas of the base workers of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation.
ARTICLE 2. This order regulates the articles relating to the Third Title of the Federal Law of Workers to the State Service, Article 123 Constitutional.
ARTICLE 3. The provisions of this Regulation are mandatory for the public servants of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation, the Power Union Judicial of the Federation, its base workers and the Joint Commission of Escalafon.
The cases not provided for in this Regulation will be resolved by the Government and Administration Committee, which will have broad powers to interpret it.
ARTICLE 4. For the purposes of this Regulation:
I. Fitness: The readiness for work, initiative, efficiency and effectiveness, creative and assertive capacity;
II. Commission: The Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation's Joint Commission of Escalafon;
III. Scale-up competition: The procedure whereby the Commission qualifies for the scale of workers 'rights, on the basis of the assessment of the factors referred to in Article 50 of the Federal Workers' Law to the State Service, Rule 123 (B) of the Constitutional Treaty;
IV. Discipline: The fulfillment of the instructions given to a worker by his or her hierarchical superior, in relation to the normativity applicable to the functions of that person, and the adaptation to the working routines during the day work; likewise, the composure and respect shown to the bosses, colleagues and the general public;
V. Escalafon: The organized system to effect the promotions of the base workers of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation;
VI. Scale Factors: The set of elements that determine the suitability of an individual within the scale;
VII. Escalations Group: The set of positions whose functions have common characteristics of a general type;
VIII. Organic Law: The Organic Law of the Judicial Branch of the Federation;
IX. Regulatory Law: Federal Law of Workers to the State Service, Regulatory of Article 123 (B) of the Constitutional Treaty;
X. Mayor: The General Secretariat of the Presidency and/or General Office of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation;
XI. Organs of the Supreme Court: The Chambers, the General Secretariat of Agreements, the General Secretariat of Agreements, the General Secretariat of the Presidency and/or the General Office, the Executive Secretaries, the Comptroller's Office and all the Directorates Generals of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation;
XII. Permuta: The exchange of public servers in places of the same position and rank;
XIII. Plaws: The budget unit, set to variable number, within each position;
XIV. Newly created places: The budget units created by the plenary, in addition to the existing ones;
XV. Final vacant places: Those that are generated by virtue of the existing plaza remaining without an indefinite holder;
XVI. Temporary vacant places: Those that are generated by virtue of the holder of the plaza enjoying a license in accordance with the applicable provisions;
XVII. Deserted places: Those that occur because the process is terminated, in respect of a temporary or permanent vacant place, without an aspiring worker who satisfies the requirements of the post;
XVIII. Last category vacancies: They are the lower rank of the lower ranking position to be covered under the terms of Article 62 of the Regulatory Act;
XIX. Plenum: The Full Court of Justice of the Nation;
XX. Position: The impersonal unit of work to which the rules attribute certain responsibilities and rights;
XXI. Punctuality: Compliance with the work schedule outlined in the respective General Agreement;
XXII. Union: The Federation of Workers of the Judiciary of the Federation;
XXIII. Supreme Court: The Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation; and,
XXIV. Base workers: Those mentioned in Article 182 of the Organic Law.
ARTICLE 5. The rise of base workers will be determined, in terms of Article 50 of the Regulatory Law, by evaluating the following scale factors: knowledge, aptitude, seniority, discipline and punctuality.
ARTICLE 6. The base places to be covered by a scalphonic contest are as follows:
I. Definitive vacancies;
II. Temporary Vacancies for more than six months; and,
III. Of new creation other than those provided for in Article 180 of the Organic Law.
ARTICLE 7. Forman part of the escalation, but its assignment is not subject to contest:
I. Temporary vacancies for up to six months;
II. Deserted squares; and,
III. Last-category vacancies;
The appointments to occupy the places referred to by the fractions I and II will be proposed by the owners of the organs of the Supreme Court to the General Staff, to the Committee of Ministers or the Chamber concerned, in terms of the applicable provisions.
The seats referred to in section III shall be covered as referred to in Article 62 of the Regulatory Act where the vacancy is in the group VIII's f-range, in accordance with the proposals that alternately present the Union and the Supreme Court, through the holder of the organ where the vacancy is located.
In such cases, applicants must meet the requirements to fill the vacancies.
CHAPTER SECOND OF THE SCALAFON MIXED COMMISSION
ARTICLE 8. The Joint Commission of Escalafon will be integrated with a representative of the Supreme Court appointed by the plenary, on the proposal of the Committee of Government and Administration, and a Representative of the Union appointed by its Secretary-General. In case of a tie they will appoint a public servant of the Supreme Court as arbitrator. If there is no agreement, the designation will be made by the Federation's Single Substantial Commission of the Judiciary, in a term that will not exceed ten business days, from a list of four candidates proposed by the commissioners.
The Supreme Court, through the plenum, and the Union, through its Secretary General, will appoint alternate representatives who will function when the headlines are absent or orders.
Representatives of the Supreme Court and the Union will last for three years and may be re-elected for another equal period.
ARTICLE 9. Corresponds to the Escalafon Mixed Commission:
I. Apply the provisions of this Regulation;
II. Convene and hold the competitions to cover the places subject to these, on the basis of certification by the General Directorate of Personnel on the state that hold the places;
III. To request the Executive Secretariat for Legal Affairs, in cases where it deems necessary, to certify whether the places subject to competition are based on trust;
IV. Resolve the review resources that workers present in relation to their scale-up rights;
V. Publish in electronic means the result of the contests and the decisions given in the review resources;
VI. Provide the reports requested by the plenary, the chambers, the head of the respective body, the union and the head of the Directorate-General for Personnel;
VII. Communicate to the interested parties and to the holder of the respective body the resolutions issued by the Commission;
VIII. To elaborate in the month of January each year the cadre of antiquities of the base staff taking into account the one generated in the Judicial Branch of the Federation and that of the post;
IX. Propose to the respective Committee of Ministers the appointments arising from the implementation of the escalatory procedure;
X. To know and to resolve in a flat way about the impediments posed by the contestants or the commissioners themselves to some of the causes established in Article 47 of this Regulation; and,
XI. The others that derive from the applicable provisions.
ARTICLE 10. The Commission will have a secretary and the junior staff to be established by the Government and Administration Committee. The Secretary shall be appointed by the President of the Supreme Court on a proposal from the Commission and shall have the following powers:
I. Give faith of the acts of the Commission;
II. Attend the sessions of the Commission;
III. Lift minutes, write the agreements the Commission takes, monitor compliance and issue the relevant constances;
IV. Open file of cases to be submitted for consideration by the Commission;
V. Monitor the processing of files that are initiated for review resources;
VI. To carry out and safeguard the information concerning the calls, the qualifications of the competitions and the corresponding opinions;
VII. Monitor that the staff in charge will notify the Commission's resolutions and agreements;
VIII. Provide information related to the functions of the Commission; and,
IX. The others that derive from the applicable provisions.
ARTICLE 11. The Commission shall meet the presence of its two members or their alternates and the votes shall be nominal. The arbitrator or his/her alternate shall vote in case of a tie.
The agreements will be taken by unanimity or majority of votes and signed by those attending the session, with the secretary giving faith.
ARTICLE 12. The promotions that are presented to the Commission shall be made in writing and shall not require any formality; the agreements and the resolutions that are on them shall be shall make the knowledge of the persons concerned by trade which shall be notified to them within two working days of their issuance.
ARTICLE 13. The organs of the Supreme Court, the Union and the workers must provide the Commission within five working days of the date on which they are requires all data necessary to resolve the issues of its competence. If there is any legal or material impediment to this, they shall inform the Commission of any legal or material impediment to this provision.
ARTICLE 14. The Supreme Court will provide the Commission with the human, material and financial resources necessary for its effective operation.
THIRD CHAPTER OF THE ESCALAFON
ARTICLE 15. To integrate the scale the Commission will have the organizational charts of the areas or structures of the Supreme Court provided by the General Directorate of Planning of the Legal. The files of the basic workers may also be consulted in the Directorate-General for Personnel.
ARTICLE 16. According to the Supreme Court's List of Posts and the respective organizational charts, the scale will be divided into groups, ranges, and places.
ARTICLE 17. The scale of the Supreme Court will be formed by attaching to the base workers, according to the nature and affinity of the services they provide and whatever the name the budget they have, in the following groups:
I. Tachigographer Judicial Group: Comprises the posts whose functions involve attending the sessions of the Plenary or the Chambers of the Supreme Court in order to produce a printed version of what is held in them by the Ministers and the others public servants participating in the same, as provided for in the applicable provisions ('Parliamentary Judiciary ');
II. Professional Group: Includes posts that must be addressed by personnel responsible for carrying out various tasks for whose development the application of specialized knowledge obtained by the study of a bachelor's degree is required. ("Operational Professional");
III. Secretarial Group: Comprises the posts whose functions are to carry out tasks and execution and control, both of the telephone communications and of the various correspondence of the area or the public servant of the authority to which it is attached, as well as to organise various activities for the best functioning of these ("Secretariat") ;
IV. Operational Technical Group: Comprises positions in which the public servant is responsible for carrying out various tasks for whose development it requires the application of skills and skills acquired through a specific training (" Technical Operational ");
V. Vehicle Group: Comprises the posts in which the public servants are responsible for driving, guarding and verifying the good condition of the vehicles assigned to a public servant of lower level than the Ministers, or to a a particular area whose functions involve the transfer of persons or goods, based on the application of skills and skills of their function ("Chafer") ;
VI. Social Security Technical Group: Includes posts that require the application of specialized knowledge and skills related to health or initial, preschool, or primary education ("Social Security Technician");
VII. Food Technical Group: It integrates with positions that require the application of specialized knowledge and skills related to the proper processing and management of the necessary resources for the food services provided by the Supreme Court ("Food Technician"); and,
VIII. Group of Services: It integrates with posts whose functions concern the performance of maintenance tasks and the performance of various trades ("Services Officer").
ARTICLE 18. The above groups are independent and scale movements will be made within each of them; however, exceptionally, the staff will be able to move from one group to another, when satisfies the requirements to be met in the vacancy in question, as well as those referred to in the previous Article of this Regulation, in accordance with the assessment made by the Commission.
ARTICLE 19. The groups referred to in Article 17 of this Regulation correspond to each of the positions in the respective catalogue, will have six ranks and the number of places identified in the respective catalogue Plenario General Agreement.
ARTICLE 20. They have the right to participate in the contest for the asshole promotion within the group to which all the basic workers who have a minimum of six months uninterrupted belong. of service, except on leave with pay, in the immediate range lower than that of the vacant seat, when they satisfy the requirements set out in the respective call.
In the case of vacancies rank f in the corresponding call, the criteria for taking into account the functions in charge of the respective square will be determined.
ARTICLE 21. will not be able to exercise their pension rights when their employment relationship is suspended in accordance with Article 45 of the Regulatory Law. In the case of the base workers who occupy a place of trust in the service of the Supreme Court, once they are reintegrated into their base square, they will be able to participate in the scalafonic contests without their seniority being interrupted by the the time they have been in the position of trust.
CHAPTER QUARTER OF ASSESSMENT OF SCALE FACTORS
ARTICLE 22. The scalar factors will be evaluated in the terms outlined in this Chapter.
ARTICLE 23. The Commission will take into account the scale factors taking into account the following percentages:
a) In the Federation Judiciary:
b) In the slot and rank that you occupy:
The sum of the ratings obtained in the assessment of these factors will be equivalent to the final rating.
ARTICLE 24. For the assessment of the age of the persons submitting their application to attend, the Commission will ask the Directorate-General for Personnel to report with the update of the one generated in the Judicial Branch of the Federation, as well as in the square and rank they occupy.
Seniority is not interrupted for the purpose of granting paid leave.
ARTICLE 25. The Commission shall evaluate the discipline taking into account the reports rendered by the holder of the respective area, to which they shall accompany, where appropriate, copies of the recognition or honorific or of the minutes in which any irregularity is recorded.
ARTICLE 26. The timeliness will be evaluated by the Commission according to the results that result from the fulfillment of the entry and exit schedules in the area of work, reported by the Directorate General of Personnel, when the control of assistance is carried out by means of a card and, based on the reports given monthly to that Directorate General by the holder of the respective area, when there are other control mechanisms internal.
The Personal Address will elaborate the format authorized to render those reports.
ARTICLE 27. Knowledge will be evaluated considering the outcome of the exam to be performed on the contestants, which will have to deal with aspects related to the functions of the vacant seat.
The examination shall be proposed to the Commission by the holder of the area to which the vacancy belongs, which may add questions relating to the functions of the vacant seat.
If the Commission chooses to ask additional questions, its value will be equal to 30% of the qualification of the examination of knowledge.
The examination shall be carried out by a member of the Commission, in the place that the Commission determines, with the support of the staff in charge.
Both the holder of the vacancy area of the vacant seat and the Commission shall be responsible for the confidentiality of the examinations.
The Commission will issue guidelines that, based on the principles of objectivity, excellence and professionalism, govern the application and evaluation of the examinations.
ARTICLE 28. If during the application of the examination an irregularity occurs, it may be displayed at the time of the examination or at the end of the examination, so that in the respective act Record the incident.
In the minutes themselves, the statements of the applicant, as well as those involved in the examination on behalf of the Commission, shall be settled.
ARTICLE 29. The aptitude will be evaluated by the Commission based on the reports that will give to this effect the headlines of the areas to which the aspirants are attached.
Such reports will be rendered in the formats produced by the Directorate-General for Personnel.
FIFTH CHAPTER OF THE ESCALATIONPROCEDURE
ARTICLE 30. The promotion moves will be subject to the following rules:
I. The holder of the respective Supreme Court, shall inform in writing, under his responsibility, the Commission and the Directorate-General of Personnel, the vacancies referred to in Article 6 of this Regulation, including his proposal for the examination of knowledge to be applied to fill the vacancy;
II. Having knowledge of the vacancy, the Commission shall ask the Directorate-General for Personnel to certify that the place is vacant and shall issue the relevant call within the following three working days, (a) it shall establish in a visible place and at the most concurrency in the workplace; it shall also contain the data and the requirements for the vacancy in question, as well as the time limit for the persons concerned to submit their application, which may not be less than three working days;
In the calls for the scalphonic competitions, the position and rank of the place for which the necessary academic or technical studies are attended will be specified and other requirements which are deemed appropriate in accordance with the nature of the functions of the vacancy.
III. The Commission shall require the Executive Secretariat for Legal Affairs to make a statement on the basic or trusted nature of the vacant seat;
IV. On the day following the end of the deadline for submitting applications, the Secretary of the Commission shall request the area corresponding to the data necessary for the assessment of seniority, discipline and punctuality of staff. registered.
The respective reports shall be submitted to the Commission within five working days.
V. Based on the information collected, the Commission will determine which persons meet the requirements to participate in the competition.
The respective list shall be published at the place provided for in the call and shall specify the place and date of the examination and shall mediate between the publication and application of the examination not less than three days or more than 10 working days.
VI. Once the results of the examinations are carried out, the Commission shall determine the final status of each applicant, taking into account the percentages referred to in Article 23 of this Regulation.
ARTICLE 31. The minimum total qualification of the scale factors to approve the contest will be seventy percent and the vacancy will be awarded to the worker who obtains the most high rating.
In case no one gets a minimum of seventy percent will declare desert the contest and, therefore, deserted the respective square.
ARTICLE 32. On equal terms, the worker who accredits to the Commission that this is the only source of income of his family and when there are two or more in the The same situation shall be granted to the vacancy to which he has the greatest seniority in the Judicial Branch of the Federation.
ARTICLE 33. The Commission will communicate the results of the competition to applicants, as well as to the Directorates-General for Broadcast and Informatics to carry out their dissemination in the Network of Judiciary of the Federation, indicating the relevant data.
If the winner of the contest will resign from the respective escalatory promotion, the Commission will grant the vacancy to the aspirant who has had the next best qualification, as long as he/she is adjustment to the provisions of Article 31 of this Regulation.
The resolutions issued by the Commission shall be sent to the holder of the relevant organ where the vacancy is found and to the Directorate-General of Personnel for due compliance, to the Corresponding Committee of Ministers and, where appropriate, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court for their knowledge.
ARTICLE 34. The Commission will integrate a file for each vacancy, with the following documents:
I. The call to be issued;
II. The data of workers submitting applications for a vacancy for a vacant place;
III. The certification that the square is vacant;
IV. The statement on the basis or trust nature of the vacancy;
V. The examinations or description of the tests or reports that apply to the contestants;
VI. The age tables that are approved for the respective contests;
VII. The resolutions that are issued; and,
VIII. The others that are necessary in the light of the provisions of this Regulation.
ARTICLE 35. The worker who, as a result of a contest, is occupying a square provisionally shall have the right to occupy the permanent vacancy that is present in this place, without submit to a new tender, provided that no minutes have been raised in which an irregularity attributable to it has been recorded during the time when it has been appointed on a provisional basis.
ARTICLE 36. The workers who benefit from an ascent must be in the position in the area where the vacancy originated.
These workers will be awarded at the plaza who are in unpaid leave so that in case they do not get the base in the new square they can rejoin their place of origin, to which they must resign in the event that they receive a basic appointment in the place to which they have been promoted.
Benefit workers may waive the promotion granted and remain in their place as long as the waiver is addressed to the Commission in writing, within a period not exceeding three working days from the date on which they are notified of the result of the relevant examination.
ARTICLE 37. The appointments that are granted in the base squares will be given in the range that corresponds to their previous occupant. In the newly created places and in the last category vacancies the appointments will be awarded in the lower rank of the corresponding position.
CHAPTER SIXTH OF THE PERMUTAS
ARTICLE 38. Workers will be entitled to apply for their permuse in the final places they occupy, provided they have appointments to the same post and rank.
ARTICLE 39. The permutas shall only comprise the occupation and the exercise of the functions assigned to the base places that have been lost without having any impact on the aspects of Scale-up character.
ARTICLE 40. The requests for swaps must be addressed by the workers concerned to the Commission, which shall obtain the approval of the holders of the respective bodies. Requests must contain:
I. Name, position, rank, file number, attachment organ, and permutants ' schedule;
II. Reasons for the permuse;
III. Signature of acceptance of the permutants; and,
IV. Certification issued by the Directorate-General for Personnel, that at that date no pre-retirement procedure has been initiated by the permutants in that administrative unit, which must be issued within 3 working days. following your request.
The holders of the respective bodies shall decide on the application for permuse within five working days of the date on which they are required by the Commission.
The Commission shall resolve the swap within 10 working days of the expiry of the period referred to in the preceding paragraph.
ARTICLE 41. Any interested in a permuse may desist from it until it is settled by the Commission, by written management. Once the permuse has been approved, it may be revoked only by a decision of the Commission on the basis of the request made by the permutants and the holders of the respective bodies.
ARTICLE 42. No worker who has consummated a swap may apply for another one but after one year after the date on which the last permuta.
CHAPTER SEVENTH OF RECONSIDERATIONS
ARTICLE 43. Against Commission resolutions, workers may institute the review appeal when they consider that they:
I. An inaccurate or incorrect assessment of the scale factors was performed or irregularities were updated during the procedure to the detriment of the appellant;
II. Refused to authorize a permuse, however meet the requirements for it;
III. They were issued without having previously been resolved on the impediment that was made; and,
IV. The table of seniority referred to in Article 9 (VIII) of this Regulation was incorrectly drawn up.
ARTICLE 44. The review appeal shall be submitted in writing to the Commission within three working days of the date on which the workers are notified of the decision. definitive or the old box is published.
ARTICLE 45. The resource must be accompanied by the evidence supporting it. Only if they are not in their possession because they have not been issued or otherwise fully justified by the Commission's judgment, they shall be given a period of five working days to do so.
Without prejudice to the foregoing, the Commission may formally request the evidence it deems necessary.
ARTICLE 46. The review resources shall be resolved by the Commission within ten working days from the date on which the appellant submits the evidence or the the time limit that has been granted.
Against the resolution issued by the Commission in the review appeal, there will be no other remedy or extraordinary means of defence, which implies that it is unassailable for all legal purposes.
CHAPTER EIGHTH OF THE IMPEDIMENTS
ARTICLE 47. The members of the Commission are not liable, but they must state that they are prevented in the following cases:
I. If they have kinship with any of the contestants in a straight line without limitation of the degree; in the collateral by consanguinity, to the fourth grade and in the collateral by affinity until the second;
II. If you have close friendship or manifest enmity with any of the contestants;
III. If you are participating as a contestant in the same contest;
IV. If he made promises that imply bias in favor or against some of the contestants; and,
V. When the place to attend belongs to the work area to which it is attached or depends directly on it.
ARTICLE 48. The representative of the Commission who has an impediment must express it before the respective examinations are carried out. The Commission shall describe the impediment as a plan and, where appropriate, call the alternate.
ARTICLE 49. If the person who has an impediment does not manifest it in a timely manner, any interested party may be able to do so by displaying the relevant evidence before the decision is made.
The Commission shall resolve the objection and, where appropriate, appoint an alternate.
FIRST. This Regulation shall enter into force on the working day following its deposit with the Single Substantial Commission of the Judicial Branch of the Federation.
SECOND. The Plenary and the Union shall appoint, within ten working days from the date of this Regulation, their titular and alternate representatives to be integrated by the Joint Committee. of Escalafon.
THIRD. The Escalafon Regulation, adopted at the session of the plenary session, of the sixteen of August of one thousand nine hundred and eighty-eight, is repealed, as far as the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation.
FOURTH. Installed the Escalafon Joint Commission, within a period of no more than thirty working days, the Major Office, through the corresponding areas, will take the necessary measures to comply with the ordered in Article 14 of this Regulation.
QUINTO. This Regulation will apply to vacancies that are generated from its entry into effect.
SIXTH. Publish this Regulation in the Official Journal of the Federation, in the Judicial Weekly of the Federation and its Gazette, and in terms of the provisions of Article 7o. XIV, of the Federal Law of Transparency and Access to Government Public Information, in electronic means of public consultation.
The President of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation, Minister Mariano Azuela Guitron.-Heading.-The Secretary General of Agreements, José Javier Aguilar Domínguez.- Heading.
LICENSED JOSÉ JAVIER AGUILAR DOMINGUEZ, SECRETARY GENERAL OF AGREEMENTS OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUSTICE OF THE NATION, CERTIFIES: That THE ESCALAFON REGULATION OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUSTICE JUSTICE OF THE NATION that antecede, was issued by the Full Court in its private session held yesterday, unanimously of ten votes of the lords Ministers Sergio Salvador Aguirre Anguiano, Margarita Beatriz Luna Ramos, Juan Diaz Romero, Genaro David Gongora Pimentel, José de Jesús Gudino Pelayo, Guillermo I. Ortiz Mayagoitia, Sergio A. Valls Hernández, Olga Sanchez Cordero de García Villegas, Juan N. Silva Meza and President Mariano Azuela Guitron.-Mexico, Federal District, 14 November Two thousand six.-Conste.-Heading.
LICENSED JOSÉ JAVIER AGUILAR DOMINGUEZ, SECRETARY GENERAL OF AGREEMENTS OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUSTICE OF THE NATION, CERTIFIES: That in compliance with the provisions of the First Transitional of the ESCALAFON REGULATION OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUSTICE OF THE NATION that precedes, its deposit in the Single Substantial Commission of the Judicial Branch of the Federation was formalized by the agreement that this one dictated today, and that, Therefore, the Regulation itself will enter into force tomorrow, twenty-four of November of two thousand six.-Mexico, Federal District, to twenty-three of November two thousand six.-Conste.-Heading.
LICENSED JOSÉ JAVIER AGUILAR DOMÍNGUEZ, SECRETARY GENERAL OF AGREEMENTS OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUSTICE OF THE NATION, CERTIFIES: That this constant copy of thirty-four fojas useful, is faithful and exactly consistent with its original consistent in the Escalafon Regulation of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation, and is certified to comply with the provisions of the Sixth Transitional Article.-Mexico, Federal District, Twenty-three November of two thousand six.-Conste.-Heading.