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Constitución Política De Los Estados Unidos Mexicanos (Constitution of the United Mexican States)

Government of Mexico Country Resources Constitutions Mexico 5 February 1917 Legislation/regulation human rights, political rights, social and economic rights

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The Constitution was last updated on July 7, 2015
The Constitution of Mexico. Published in the Federal Official Gazette on February 5, 1917.
Legislation in Force.
In the United States of Mexico all persons shall enjoy human rights recognized in the Constitution and international treaties to which Mexican state is part, as well as guarantees for their protection, the exercise of which may be restricted or suspended except in cases and under the conditions established by this Constitution.

La Constitución se actualizó el 07 de julio 2015
Constitución publicada en el Diario Oficial de la Federación el 5 de febrero de 1917.
Texto Vigente.
En los Estados Unidos Mexicanos todas las personas gozarán de los derechos humanos reconocidos en esta Constitución y en los tratados internacionales de los que el Estado Mexicano sea parte, así como de las garantías para su protección, cuyo ejercicio no podrá restringirse ni suspenderse, salvo en los casos y bajo las condiciones que esta Constitución establece.


La Constitucion 2015
Spanish, 2 MB pdf

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