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Zaldívar’s departure was unethical, but he has not committed any irregularity when leaving for the 4T: lawyers

Pedro Cardona Calderon, a protection specialist, pointed out that an irregularity is not incurred as long as there is no appointment. (ARCHIVE)

The Forum of Independent Lawyers of La Laguna met this Tuesday with the businessmen of the Lagunero Council of Private Initiative (CLIP) to analyze the impact of the departure of Minister Zaldívar from the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation.

Gerardo Torres Carrillo, lawyer, considered that the way in which the minister resigned from office to go to work at the Fourth Transformation in Claudia Sheinbaum’s team was unethical.

For his part, Pedro Cardona Calderon, specialist in amparo, He pointed out that an irregularity is not incurred as long as there is no appointment.

The Constitution and the secondary laws that must be taken into consideration do indicate that he must remain at least two years out of litigation, out of political issues, from Secretaries of State and relevant positions, but right now he has not yet held any position or “They have appointed him, no irregularity has been committed.”he explained.

Cardona Calderon warned that, if he had an appointment in the short term, he would incur a serious irregularity, since this is mentioned in the Law to guarantee that there is impartiality in the ministers.

He considered that the issue of Justice in the country is very complex, when taking into account the elimination of the trusts of the Judicial Branch, where there are already some protections filed that have proceeded, in addition to the fact that the retired minister would also have been aware of these decreases , Well, in the reform that he himself proposed comes an issue of budget cuts.

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