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Revocación del mandato en México


Limón, Walter (2016). Revocación del mandato en México. c2d Working Papers Series 51, Zentrum für Demokratie Aarau (ZDA).

Abstract

This Working Paper presents the recall as a mechanism of direct political control, introduces to its regulation in Mexico and to the reasons why the national Supreme Court of Justice has opted to declare it unconstitutional. In order to incorporate the recall into the Mexican legal order the Federal Constitution needs to be changed. The paper gives concrete suggestions on articles which need to be added and adapted.

Abstract

This Working Paper presents the recall as a mechanism of direct political control, introduces to its regulation in Mexico and to the reasons why the national Supreme Court of Justice has opted to declare it unconstitutional. In order to incorporate the recall into the Mexican legal order the Federal Constitution needs to be changed. The paper gives concrete suggestions on articles which need to be added and adapted.

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Item Type:Working Paper
Communities & Collections:Working Paper Series > C2D Working Paper Series
Dewey Decimal Classification:340 Law
Uncontrolled Keywords:Recall, Mexico, Accountability, Elections, sub-national politics
Language:Spanish
Date:November 2016
Deposited On:28 Nov 2016 12:56
Last Modified:16 Dec 2016 08:53
Series Name:c2d Working Papers Series
Number of Pages:43
ISSN:1662-8152

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