Magistrate Rafael Guerra Álvarez, President of the Judiciary of Mexico City (PJCDMX), noted that moral character and loyalty to the nation are essential in the administration of justice.
With these virtues and characteristics, the local judicial powers of the entire country, he maintained, constitute the National Code of Civil and Family Procedures.
On his occasion and while giving a farewell speech to the Federal Magistrate, Manuel Ernesto Saloma Vera, Retired Minister Olga Sánchez Cordero, took advantage of the platform to highlight the contribution made by members of the Magistrates, Magistrates and Judges of the National Courts. Senior officers of the Justice of the United Mexican States (Conatrib), presided over by Magistrate Guerra Álvarez.
This is due to the extension of the National Code of Civil and Family Procedures, which was recently approved at the Congress of the Union.
He stressed that the said code was unanimously approved by both chambers of the Congress of the Federation, which prioritizes the use of information technology to streamline judicial procedures, consists of 1,191 articles, and which includes federal and local Justice is the result of the work of the providers. ,
Guerra Álvarez thanked both the Contrib and Senator Olga Sánchez Cordero’s PJCDMX for their enduring support from all trenches, especially with the accepted national civil and family procedures.
He elaborated on the academic career of Saloma Vera, with whom he shared his career at PJF, as well as his teaching vocation.
They expressed institutional and personal recognition of such an important figure in the Mexican jurisdiction.
The Presidium was composed of the Minister of the Supreme Court of the Nation, Jorge Mario Pardo Rebolledo.
In addition, the advisers of the Federal Judiciary, Eva Verónica de Guevas Zarate, Sergio Javier Molina Martínez and Lilia Mónica López Benitez; Magistrate of the Electoral Tribunal of the Federal Judiciary, Felipe Alfredo Fuentes Barrera, and former Federal Counselor, César Jauregui Robles.