Entries by México Evalúa

¿Estamos en guerra?

Por Edna Jaime (@ednajaime) | El Financiero

A México se le considera
una nación en conflicto armado. Dejemos que la frase caiga por su propio peso.

Cuando pensamos en
conflicto armado, pensamos en guerra. Y usted y yo salimos a la calle todo los
días a trabajar, sin riesgo de que nos estalle una bomba que nos lesione o
mate. …

Remediar la obsolescencia del Metro no es prioridad

Por Mariana Campos (@mariana_c_v) y Jorge Cano (@Jorge_eCano) | Animal Político

Parecía que el
colapso de la Línea 12 del Metro en mayo de 2021 le había dado al Gobierno una
buena lección fiscal. Aquel año se observó un incremento considerable en el
gasto de este sistema de transporte, y para 2022 se aprobó el mayor presupuesto
de la …

Un torpedo a la línea de flotación de la competencia económica

Por Ana Lilia Moreno (@analiliamoreno) | Animal Político

Con el
avance del sexenio, la competencia económica y su institucionalidad han
recorrido la escala que va de la indiferencia a la anatemización en los gestos del
presidente López Obrador. Su
narrativa dicta que la Comisión Federal de Competencia Económica (Cofece) y
el del Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones (IFT) fueron diseñados para
defender …

Gertz, año 4: sin FGR ni estrategia contra delitos complejos

Por Alejandra Hernández (@_alehg) y Chrístel Rosales (@Chris_Ros) | Animal Político

La detención de Ovidio Guzmán, acontecida el pasado 5 de enero, suscita toda clase de preguntas sobre la eficacia de la justicia penal y la persecución federal por casos relacionados con delitos contra la salud. Específicamente, obliga a realizar un balance de la justicia …

Covid-19 and the possibilities of digital justice

By Laurence Pantin (@lpantin) | Proceso

In the context of the health emergency declared
by the General Health Council, on March 31st, the Ministry of Health
placed the administration of justice on the list of activities considered
essential. However, no guidelines or simple instructions have been issued to
precisely define which justice administration services are essential.

This lack of clarity, perhaps, …

How to resume the administration of justice?

By Laurence Pantin (@lpantin) and Miguel Carbonell (@MiguelCarbonell) | Proceso

Suspending the procedural deadlines and their
work was a decision made by the judicial powers of the country in the middle of
the emergency, without knowing precisely, obviously, the impact on public
health that it was going to represent, and without being able to calculate the
scope of the …

There is no turning back for digital justice

By Laurence Pantin (@lpantin) | Proceso

The users of the justice system face a very complex situation. As a result of the covid-19 pandemic, the judicial powers had to suspend most of the services they normally offer, and they made the decision to focus only on the most urgent matters —in criminal matters, when the freedom of the …

Technology for a more humane justice

By Laurence Pantin (@lpantin) and Sandra Escamilla (@sandritaeceron) | Animal Político

Recently, officials of the Federal Judiciary and litigants reported on social networks various failures in the operation of the site of the online services of the Council of the Judiciary, as well as the Comprehensive File Monitoring System (SISE for its acronym in Spanish). …

The long road of digital justice in Mexico

By Laurence Pantin (@lpantin) and Sandra Escamilla (@sandritaeceron) | El Sol de México

With the arrival of the fourth wave of covid-19
in Mexico, some courts have closed their doors again and suspended deadlines
and terms, as they were forced to do during much of 2020 and 2021. At that
time, only a few judiciaries were able to …