Judge orders the Senate an extraordinary period for the appointment of INAI commissioner

A federal judge ordered the Political Coordination Board of the Senate of the Republic to convene an extraordinary period of sessions with the objective of appointing one of the three missing commissioners so that the National Institute of Transparency, Access to Information and Protection of Personal Data (INAI) can meet.

The foregoing was ordered by Celina Quintero Rico, Seventeenth District Judge in Administrative Matters, who granted a suspension to the INAI Advisory Council.

“The precautionary measure is granted so that within three days, from the notification of this determination, the Political Coordination Board (Jucopo) of the Chamber of Senators prepares the proposal of the candidates for the position of Commissioner for what it does to the second vacancy of said position of the INAI”, it was signed.

Since April 1, the INAI cannot resolve any citizen demand that implies ordering a public body to make information transparent or to denounce the violation of personal data of an individual because it does not reach the minimum of five commissioners to meet as dictated by the Mexican Constitution. .

At the end of last April, the Senate of the Republic rejected the candidate Ricardo Salgado to be INAI commissioner, which caused the opposition to take the rostrum, postponing the last ordinary session of the legislative period.

The members of the INAI also requested that the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation (SCJN) allow them to meet with only four commissioners, as an extraordinary measure, however, the proposal was rejected by Minister Loretta Ortiz.

With information from El Universal

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