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MARTINEZ LAZCANO, Alfonso Jaime. The History of Amparo. Trial Against The Guarantees: The Vega Amparo. Rev. IUS [online]. 2019, vol.13, n.43, pp.123-138. ISSN 1870-2147.

An interesting and troubling chapter in the history of 19th Century Mexican law occurred when the Supreme Court Justice revoked the order issued by the District Judge of Sinaloa when dismissing the Amparo claim as inadmissible. The decision was based on Article 8 of the Organic Law of Amparo (1869), which expressly prohibited the Trial of Guarantees against judicial acts. The decision to admit the lawsuit gave rise to a strong conflict between the Judicial Power and the Legislative Power, to the extent that the Seven Magistrates (today Ministers) whose vote was in favor of the admitting the lawsuit were accused before the Grand Jury. Since at that time it was was discussed in the forum to which power it belonged to exercise the control of constitutionality, although in the Constitution of 1857 it was already decided.

Palabras llave : Supreme Court of Justice; Miguel Vega; Constitution.

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