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What is Amparo?

 

AMPARO is regulated by the Law of Amparo, Regulatory law of articles 103 and 107 of the Political Constitution of the United Mexican States

AMPARO is a judicial action to protect an individual or individuals from the acts or omissions of the authorities that violate the human rights and guarantees protected by the Mexican Constitution.

LEY DE AMPARO, Article 1.  The judicial action of amparo has the purpose of resolving all disputes caused by general regulatory instruments, acts or omissions of authority that violate recognized  human rights and the guarantees granted for their protection by the Political Constitution of the United Mexican States, as well as by the international treaties  to which Mexico is party; or by general regulatory instruments, acts or omissions of federal authority that damage or restrict the sovereignty of the States or the sphere of jurisdiction of the Federal District, provided recognized human rights are violated and guarantees granted for their protection by the Political Constitution of the United Mexican States, and by regulatory instruments; acts or omissions of the authorities of the States or the Federal District, that invade the sphere of jurisdiction of the federal authority, provided recognized human rights are violated and guarantees granted for their protection by the Political Constitution of the United Mexican States; additionally,  amparo protects persons from regulatory instruments, acts or omissions on the part of the public powers or private powers in the cases stipulated in the Law of Amparo.