They defended their rulings, the ones Congress took issue with, as made in accord with legal precepts, the Constitution, treaties and international agreements and the Constitutional Justice Law and that their rulings were made in a reasonable fashion with no pressure from anyone.
They noted that the legal argument that Congress pretended to use to dismiss them had no legal validity. They point out that in 2011 Congress gave to the Chief Justice the power and right to do all administrative reviews of the court. Oops.
Congress violated the principle of separation of powers contained in the Constitution of the Republic and has abruptly burst the jurisdictional function of the Judicial Branch and that has produced a change in the constitutional order because they do no have the authority to do so.
It does no good for our beloved countryThey announced that the would resort to the courts for justice because their constitutional rights to due process, to be heard, and to a defense, among other guarantees nationally and internationally recognized, had been violated.
Post a Comment