It not only removes the speed of the procedure, but also the simplicity, and any individual that doesn't have the technical knowledge of judicial concepts will necessarily require a judicial advisor to unclog the legal process and therefore try to obtain a ruling favorable to their interests.They also said that access to information will become the province of the elites only.
Friday, February 5, 2010
More on the Barriers to the IFAI
As El Universal reported and Gancho discussed last week, the Calderón administration is looking to secure an endorsement of a Campeche law that will reduce public access to information before the Supreme Court, at which point it will presumably try to apply a similar version of the law nationwide. Not surprisingly, the IFAI is not in favor of such a scenario unfolding. Here's is a portion of the institute's reaction: