Regulation Of The General Coordination Of Compilation And Systematization Of Thesis

Original Language Title: Reglamento de la Coordinación General de Compilación y Sistematización de Tesis

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REGULATION OF GENERAL COORDINATION OF THE COMPILATION AND SYSTEMATIZATION OF THESES

GENERAL COORDINATION OF COMPILATION AND SYSTEMATIZATION OF THESIS

Published in the DOF on November 25, 1996

On the sidelines a seal with the National Shield, which reads: United Mexican States.-Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation.-General Secretariat of Agreements.

GENERAL COMPILATION AND SYSTEMATIZATION COORDINATION OF THESIS

ARTICLE 1.- The Coordination of Compilation and Systematization of Thesis, called General Coordination of Compilation and Systematization of Thesis in the Administration Agreement Number One of the Presidency of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation, dated first August of one thousand nine hundred and ninety-five, has the function of compiling, systematizing, purging and publishing the theses and jurisprudence issued by the organs of the Judicial Branch of the Federation, to provide for distribution and dissemination and to be a (a) a permanent consultation of these criteria, as well as the identification of possible contradictions of the thesis and the proposed complaint to the competent authorities.

ARTICLE 2.- For the purposes of this Regulation, the following definitions shall apply:

a) Supreme Court, the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation;

b) Plenum, the plenum of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation;

c) President, the President of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation;

d) Salas, the Chambers of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation;

e) Committee, the Compilation, Systematization, and Publication of Thesis and Executions Committee;

f) Coordination, General Coordination of Compilation and Systematization of Thesis;

g) General Coordinator, General Coordinator for Compilation and Systematization of Thesis;

h) Director General, the Director General of the Judicial Weekly of the Federation; and

i) Weekly, the publication of the Judicial Weekly of the Federation and its Gazette.

ARTICLE 3.- For the performance of its functions, the Coordination will have the following organs:

a) General Coordinator;

b) Directorate General of the Judicial Weekly of the Federation;

c) Administrative Technical Secretariat;

d) Build and Systematization Unit of Thesis;

e) Weekly Editorial Training Unit;

f) Thesis Contracaddiction Unit;

g) Compact Disk Tracking and Production Unit;

h) Special Works and Quality Control Unit;

i) Computer Systems and Processes Unit;

j) Official Publications Distribution Unit;

k) Query Unit; and

l) Department of Linguistics.

ARTICLE 4.- The General Coordinator is the competent body to authorize, in the terms of the applicable provisions, the publication and dissemination of the case-law, thesis The Court of Justice of the Court of Justice of the Court of Justice of the European Court of Justice and the Court of Justice of the European Court of Justice of the European Court of Justice of the European Union Federation.

Corresponds to the General Coordinator:

a) Represent Coordination;

b) Meet the general policies established by the Committee, the Plenary and the President;

c) Develop the Coordination's operating manuals and modify them in case the needs require it;

d) Design, implement, and coordinate, with those responsible for each area, the corresponding programs;

e) Set the objectives and work programs of the areas in charge, monitor their performance, and evaluate their progress;

f) To intervene in the drafting of the theses of the Plenary, the Chambers and the Collegiate Circuit Courts, as established by the corresponding rules;

g) Propose to the Plenum and the Thesis Projects;

h) Report to the Plenary and the Chambers on the possible existence of a thesis contradiction;

i) Give the rapporteur the obstacles that can be presented for the publication of a particular executor or vote;

j) Provide the timely publication of the execs, particular votes and theses that meet the requirements set for the purpose;

k) Request the various areas of the Supreme Court specific support, related to their function;

l) Report to the Plenary and the Committee on the activities of the Coordination;

m) Understand the administrative functions of the Coordination and inform the President of its development;

n) Propose to the Committee the rules for regulating the distribution and sale to the public of the Weekly and the various publications owned by the Supreme Court; and

n) The other functions that are trusted by laws and agreements.

ARTICLE 5.- The Directorate General of the Judicial Weekly of the Federation is the technical organ responsible for directing and supervising the preparation of the edition of the Weekly, as well as of special works the publication of which is ordered.

Corresponds to the Director General:

a) Auxiliary the General Coordinator in all its functions;

b) Replace the General Coordinator during their absences;

c) Fungir as secretary in all internal coordination meetings and make effective agreements and resolutions to be adopted;

d) Take control of projects, programs and procedures entrusted to the various coordination bodies and provide for their timely compliance;

e) Evaluate periodically, along with those responsible for each area, the development of these projects, programs, and procedures;

f) Prepare the respective reports and formulate proposals to the General Coordinator; and

g) Perform the other functions that are specifically assigned to you by the General Coordinator.

ARTICLE 6.- The Administrative Technical Secretariat is the internal management and book control body of the Coordination. It integrates three sections: Eighth Era, Ninth Era and Standardization.

Corresponds to the Administrative Technical Secretariat:

a) Receive general correspondence and theses through the Party Office;

b) Classify and distribute general correspondence and theses to corresponding sections;

c) Forming and saving master books;

d) Take the statistics of the theses;

e) Perform administrative procedures;

f) Control the photocopying service; and

g) Legal and administratively supporting the other areas of Coordination.

ARTICLE 7.- The Thesis Compilation and Systematization Unit is the area responsible for organizing and debugging theses. It consists of seven sections: the first one on the case-law and the separate theses of the Plenary and the Chambers, the second on the case-law of the Court of Justice and the other on the isolated theses of the Collegiate Courts. Circuit in criminal, administrative, civil, labor and common matters.

I. The Section for Case-Law and Thesis Isolated from the Plenary and the Chambers:

a) Receive from the Administrative Technical Secretariat the projects and the thesis texts, the particular executors and votes;

b) Review, systematize, and propose modifications to theses projects and texts;

c) Formulate in your case, the thesis projects of the plenary;

d) Compile material whose publication is ordered;

e) Tracking the theses from approval to modification or interruption;

f) Follow up on the full implementation of the plenary for the detection of criteria that constitute new theses;

g) Keep the thesis database updated;

h) Propose to the General Coordinator the items of the particular executors and votes of which no thesis has been drawn up and which the Plenary and the Chambers order to publish;

i) Give the Director General the obstacles that can be presented for the publication of a particular executor or vote;

j) Coordinate with the Thesis Secretaries;

k) Inform the holder of the Thesis Contradiction Unit of the contradictions that you warn; and

l) Other functions that you specifically assign to the General Coordinator and the Director General.

II. Corresponds to the Section of Jurisprudence of Collegiate Circuit Courts:

a) Receive from the Administrative Technical Secretariat the texts of the theses and the executorships;

b) Review, systematize, and propose modifications to thesis texts;

c) Compile material whose publication is ordered;

d) Tracking the theses from approval to modification or interruption;

e) Keep the thesis database updated;

f) Give the Director General account of any obstacles that may arise for the publication of an execution;

g) Coordinate with the Thesis Secretaries of the Collegiate Courts;

h) Inform the holder of the Thesis Contradiction Unit of the contradictions that you warn; and

i) The other functions that you specifically assign to the General Coordinator and the Director General.

III. Corresponds to the sections of the Thesis Isolated from the Collegiate Courts of Circuit in the criminal, administrative, civil, labor and common matters:

a) Receive from the Administrative Technical Secretariat the texts of the isolated theses and the precedents, particular votes and executors;

b) Compile, review, and systematize theses;

c) Propose modifications to the theses;

d) Keep the thesis database updated;

e) Tracking the theses from their approval to their integration as case law or modification;

f) Coordinate with the Thesis Secretaries of the Collegiate Courts;

g) Inform the holder of the Thesis Contradiction Unit of the contradictions to warn; and

h) Other functions that you specifically assign to the General Coordinator and the Director General.

ARTICLE 8.- The Editorial Training Unit of the Weekly is the area responsible for integrating the theses, implementing and private votes, as well as the agreements for their publication. issued by the Supreme Court and the Council of the Federal Judicature. It is integrated by the Supreme Court Sections and Circuit Collegiate Courts.

Corresponds to the Editorial Training Unit of the Weekly:

a) Collect, organize, and prepare theses, execs, particular votes, and agreements for publication;

b) Develop the indexes for the publications;

c) Give the Director General account of any obstacles that may arise for the publication;

d) Monitor and track the publishing process; and

e) Other functions that you specifically assign to the General Coordinator and the Director General.

ARTICLE 9.- The Thesis Contradiction Unit is the area responsible for detecting the contradictory criteria of the Chambers and the Collegiate Circuit Courts.

Corresponds to the Thesis Contradiction Unit:

a) Receive from the Administrative Technical Secretariat the theses, in order to make the knowledge of the respective sections those that are related to the contradictions reported and resolved;

b) Inform the General Coordinator about the possible existence of a thesis contradiction;

c) Formulate the contradiction reporting projects;

d) Compiling case law by thesis contradiction;

e) Follow up on the thesis contradiction files that are dealt with in the Rooms and in the plenary session;

f) Elaborate the contradictions indexes; and

g) Other functions that you specifically assign to the General Coordinator and the Director General.

ARTICLE 10.- The Unit for the Monitoring and Production of Compact Discs is the area responsible for preparing the material published in the Weekly and other works of the Judicial Branch. of the Federation, to integrate databases that allow the editing of the IUS CD-ROM, as well as other optical discs.

ARTICLE 11.- The Unit of Special Works and Quality Control is the area that is responsible for coordinating the projects for the elaboration and editing of relevant, related works with the criteria issued by the Supreme Court or the Collegiate Courts of Circuit; likewise, it is responsible for reviewing the works that are edited in the Coordination to control its quality.

ARTICLE 12.- The Computer Systems and Processes Unit is the liaison area with the Supreme Court's General Information Directorate.

Corresponds to the Computer Systems and Processes Unit:

a) Propose to the General Coordinator the elaboration of the computer programs for the query of the theses;

b) Coordinate the update of information capture and processing processes;

c) Define the training needs of the Coordination staff in the use of the different computer programs;

d) Investigating the IT nature needs of the Coordination;

e) Propose the General Coordinator with the application of technological innovations; and

f) The other functions that you specifically assign to the General Coordinator and the Director General.

ARTICLE 13.- The Official Publications Distribution Unit is the area responsible for the reception, protection, control and supply of the Weekly and the other Official publications of the Supreme Court.

Corresponds to the Official Publications Distribution Unit:

a) Propose to the General Coordinator the rules to regulate the distribution of the Weekly to the organs of the Judicial Branch of the Federation;

b) Manage the warehouses where the works and publications edited by the Supreme Court are deposited;

c) Lift inventories of existing works and publications;

d) Integrate minimum stocks of the copies of the Weekly and the works that have been published by this high court, in order to safeguard the memory bibliographic of the Supreme Court;

e) Propose to the General Coordinator programs for the donation of the works edited by the Supreme Court; and

f) The other functions that are specifically assigned to you by the General Coordinator.

ARTICLE 14.- The Consultation Unit is the area responsible for assisting the organs of the Judicial Branch of the Federation, public sector agencies, litigants and scholars. of the right in the location of information on the criteria based on the case-law or isolated cases that integrate the "The Weekly", of the optical discs and other works edited by the Supreme Court.

ARTICLE 15.- The Department of Linguistics is the area responsible for purging, through its idiomatic correction, the texts for publication.

ARTICLE 16.- The Secretary of Thesis of the General Secretariat of Agreements and the Secretaries of Thesis attached to the Chambers will depend directly on the Secretary General of Agreements and of the Presidents of these, respectively, so that in the development of their duties they shall abide by their instructions and shall be considered as coordinating bodies of the Coordination in terms of the respective agreements.

ARTICLE 17.- The Thesis Secretaries of the Collegiate Circuit Courts will depend directly on the President of each collegiate body, so on the development of their functions shall comply with their instructions and shall be considered as coordinating bodies for the coordination in terms of the respective agreements.

TRANSIENT:

FIRST.- This regulation will enter into force the day after its publication in the Official Journal of the Federation and must also be published in the Judicial Weekly of the Federation and its Gazette.

SECOND.- All previously issued provisions that object to the provisions of this regulation are repealed.

GRADUATE JOSE JAVIER AGUILAR DOMINGUEZ, SECRETARY GENERAL OF AGREEMENTS OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUSTICE OF THE NATION, CERTIFIES: That this Regulation of the General Coordination of Compilation and Systematization of Thesis, was approved by the Full Court in Private Session of eighteen of November of a thousand nine hundred and ninety-six, unanimously of nine votes of the ministers: President, José Vicente Aguinaco Alemán, Sergio Salvador Aguirre Anguiano, Mariano Azuela Guitron, Juventino V. Castro and Castro, Juan Díaz Romero, Genaro David Gongora Pimentel, Guillermo I. Ortiz Mayagoitia, Olga Maria del Carmen Sánchez Cordero de García Villegas and Juan N. Silva Meza.-Mexico, Federal District, to eighteen November of a thousand nine hundred six.-Conste.-Heading.