In 1999, the idea of transforming the Amparo trial came up to safeguard governed citizens against acts of authority.
Derived from the need to have more laws that respond to the current demands and requirements of Mexico, in 1999 the idea of transforming the Amparo trial came up to safeguard governed citizens against acts of authority.
The main objective of an Amparo trial—brought to us by Manuel Cresencio Rejon and Mariano Otero in 1840 and currently established in our national legislation—is to restore circumstances to how they were before the violation of the authority.
In this sense, any governed citizen (individual and/or moral person) that files an Amparo trial, and who obtains a favourable decision, will alone be able to enjoy the reinstatement of its individual rights that were violated in the first place. This is what is known in law as a principle by the aggrieved party.
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Amparo, Mexican Congress, IP