Mexico City / 30.05.2022 15:21:00
The First Chamber of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation (SCJN) scheduled for this Wednesday the case of the governor of Tamaulipas, Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca.
These are two constitutional controversies promoted by the Congress of the entity in which he challenged the local president’s immunity, as well as the arrest warrant issued against him for the crimes of operations with resources of illicit origin and organized crime.
In the first case, the Legislative Power of Tamaulipas sued the Chamber of Deputies for the opinion in the declaration procedure of origin initiated against García Cabeza de Vaca.
In the second controversy, the state Congress claimed the request for an arrest warrant requested by the Attorney General of the Republic (FGR) and granted by a judge against the governor of Tamaulipas.
If the agenda is met, since it is also possible that the matter remains on the list and is resolved in subsequent weeksthe five ministers that make up this First Chamber of the SCJN will define the procedural immunity of García Cabeza de Vaca that prevents, until now, his apprehension.
The resolution of the country’s highest court will determine whether it is sufficient for the Chamber of Deputies to withdraw the procedural immunity provided by the jurisdiction or said decision must also pass through the entity’s Congress.