113 / 5000 Resultados de traducción International Human Rights Law and the transformation of Sovereignty in Mexico as of 2011.

The Political Constitution of the United States of Mexico declares in Article 39 that “National Sovereignty” resides essentially and originally in the people, and all public power emanates from the people and is instituted for their benefit. Until before the 2011 constitutional reform on human rights, the meanings of internal and external sovereignty were clearly understood to be separate. It is not this reform that the line between these two meanings has been intertwined.
As the concept of constitutional supremacy is a living expression of sovereignty itself, international treaties signed by the President of the Republic and approved by the Senate in accordance with the provisions of article 133 of the Constitution are the Supreme Law of the Union, which implies the incorporation of International Law on Human Rights as a sovereign act of the Mexican people themselves in the exercise of their democratic will.