The project presented by the minister to occupy the presidency of the Court offers “justice for all people” and is divided into two parts: the first is on the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation and the second on the Federal Judicial Council.
“Over time, he has faced different challenges, a consequence of social changes that drive him to rise to the occasion, in a continuous and incessant desire for social justice, with a focus on protecting the most vulnerable people. and as a balancing, independent, effective, efficient and democratic power”, the minister states about the Judiciary.
What does the minister propose?
Accountability. As it is a body made up not by popular vote, the minister considers that it should be governed under the greatest transparency and accountability.
“The Court cannot lock itself behind its great bronze doors, it must always keep them open for people to enter, learn, criticize and propose. Only together can progress be made in the construction of a better system of access to justice ”, he reads in his project.
Yasmín Esquivel proposes promoting a maximum transparency policy, that includes administrative and jurisdictional elements, make the information understandable for citizens; create an internet portal dedicated exclusively to public spending to find out what and how much the SCJN spends, as well as make procedural transparency more accessible so that interested parties can know the status of the issues that are in the Court.
For the minister, it is not enough that the data is on the internet, but that it can be within the reach and understanding of any Mexican.
It also proposes that the projects that are submitted for discussion have more publicityfor which he projects that diffusion is the general rule, not the exception.
“The issues that we discuss in the Full Court are of special importance for the country and the national legal system. Allowing citizens to know the way in which these issues are addressed will contribute to generating a space for public conversation that leads to fairer decision-making ”, the proposal specifies.
Fight gender stereotypes. The minister affirms that women have historically been discriminated against, which is why she proposes promoting policies that promote equal treatment and zero tolerance for sexual harassment.
Integrate committees of ministers and ministers: will be instances of consultation and support in the administration of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation. raises the creation of the Social Communication and Citizen Participation CommitteeComprehensive Development Committee.
It also proposes creating a Commission of Ministers and Retired Ministers through which their experience is used to give their opinion, advise and propose to the presidency in the development of public policies.
Closeness to society. The minister outlines generating rapprochements with society through dialogue tables to listen directly to citizens. The objective is to build a judicial policy that guarantees greater and better access to justice.
An inclusive Court. It proposes the fight against gender stereotypes, visualization of people of sexual diversity and eliminating obstacles for people with disabilities.