Supreme Court of Justice in Mexico: human rights guarantor institution with an outstanding debt in the judicial control of power.

The article analyzes the role of the Supreme Court of Justice in the democratic environment of Mexico, highlighting that it is a court with a performance that is more reactive than proactive, which implies that their strict adherence to the orthodoxy of the procedures, does not give rise to issues of a social nature that need to be measured with an optical constitutional and regulations that meets the feel of concerns related to new conditions of life in Mexican society. It analyzes the role it has played since 2018 in which it highlights the protectionism of human rights as opposed to judicial control of power in the context of a government that violates the Constitution and judicializes politics against its adversaries.