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Amendment To Articles 107 And 123 Of The Constitution Of The United Mexican States

Author:Mr Claudio Jiménez De León and Rodrigo del Valle Prieto
Profession:Mijares Angoitia Cortes y Fuentes SC
 
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On February 24, 2017, a Decree was published in the Mexican Official Gazette amending Articles 107 and 123 of the Constitution of the United Mexican States regarding the process and resolution of disputes among employees and employers as well as certain aspects of the hiring process in collective matters.

The most important aspects of this reform are the following:

The Constitutional text is modified to be consistent with the name of the new authority in charge of overseeing the administration of justice on labor disputes. Labor Courts will now be in charge of the administration of justice on labor disputes and they will be part of the judicial branch of the Federation and of each State replacing the Conciliation and Arbitration Boards, which will disappear. The amendments contemplate the creation of Conciliation Centers in each State, which shall be mandatorily used prior to any employment or labor related judicial dispute. At the Federal level, a new independent organism is created with conciliatory functions, which will be responsible for the registration of each and all of the collective bargaining agreements and the related administrative processes. In...

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