martes, 26 de agosto de 2014

Law and the Mexican Constitution, Ley y la Constitucion de la Republica Mexicana

Quijano y Asociados Attorneys, Abogados
Law and the Mexican Constitution, Ley y la Constitucion de la Republica Mexicana
Quijano y Asociados, attorneys and lawyers in Cabo San Lucas, Los Cabos, Baja Sur, Mexico
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As we continue with our entries for the bi-lingual attorneys and lawyers in Cabo San Lucas, San Jose del Cabo and the Los Cabos area of Baja California Sur we have the following:
Continuando con lo mismo articulo ..55...ahora en english para los abogados y bufetes en Cabo San Lucas, San José del Cabo y el área de Los Cabos en Baja California Sur...
Article 55 - The following are required to be a deputy:

I. To be a Mexican citizen by birth in the exercise of his or her rights;
II. To be twenty-one years of age on the day of the election;
III. To have come from the state in which the election is held, or a neighbor of it, for more than six months of effective residence before the date of election.
To be able to be on the lists of the multiple electoral areas as a candidate for deputy, the candidate must come from one of the federated entities in the area where the election is being held, or a neighbor of the area with effective residence of six months previous to the date the election is held.
Residence is not lost by absence in the discharge of public responsibilities of popular election.
IV. Not to be in active service in the Federal Army, or having command in the urban police or judicial police force in the district where the election is taking place, for at least ninety days before it;
V. Not to be a secretary or subsecretary of state, or magistrate of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation, unless he or she has definitely left the position ninety days before the election, in the case of the secretaries and subsecretaries, or two years, in the case of the ministers.
The governors of the states may not be elected in their entities during the period of their office, unless they definitely leave their posts.
Secretaries of government of the states, and federal and state magistrates and judges may not be elected in their representative jurisdictions if they have not definitely left their posts ninety days before the election.
VI. Not be a minister of a religious sect;
VII. Not have any of the incapacities specified in Article 59.

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