The Behavior of the Mexican Supreme Court of Justice in the context of abusive constitutional borrowing in Mexico.

Constitutional courts play a fundamental role in liberal democracies. Through their rulings, they limit the abusive power that certain agencies can exercise and protect the constitutional and international uniformity of the legal system.
In recent years, Mexico has experienced a rapid erosion of various institutions that channel and protect the democratic rules that uphold the rule of law. This erosion has been promoted by the ruling party, which has used institutional mechanisms to weaken the country's democratic pillars.
Some of these apparently democratic decisions have been challenged before Mexico's Supreme Court, mainly by political minorities and independent agencies. This paper will address the behavior of the Constitutional Court in the context of decisions that have been implemented through the institutional and democratic mechanisms provided by the Constitution itself, but which undermine and denaturalize the democratic regime, separation of powers and the rule of law.