SCT objects to the suspensions against the redesign of the airspace of the Valley of Mexico
The Ministry of Transportation and Communications (SCT) challenged Pendants Give against Redesign of the airspace of the Valley of Mexico.
Appeals filed by the Tenth Collegiate Court in Mexico City administrative matters were accepted.
On these appeals, judges must determine whether or not the Special Court of Appeals is obligated to re-establish roads that were in use even before March 25 to operate the Mexico City and Toluca airports.
Globalism It stated that judicial protection against the redesign of the airspace of the Valley of Mexico had been transferred to a single court by order of Federal Judicial Council (CJF).
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Accordingly, all files were forwarded to the Judge of the Fifth Circuit in Administrative Matters in Mexico City, who in 2019 received all protection cases against the building. Santa Lucia Airport And the Uninstall NAIM Texcoco.
When he received protection against these two decisions from the federal government, the judge denied the final comment.
In the case of protection against the redesign of the airspace, the judge set for June 10 the occasional hearings in which he will determine whether or not to grant the final suspensions to force the Special Court to resume the old route indefinitely.
Settler organizations and individuals objected to the redesign of the airspace, which they considered endangering their safety and affecting the environment.
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