the Supreme Court of the nation approved the medical and therapeutic use of marijuana as determined by the Constitution of Mexico Cityas well as the right to a dignified death because it is not about euthanasia or assisted suicide as the Office of the Prosecutor General of the Republic.
Similarly, the plenary session of the Court declared the section constitutional to the Constitution sexual and reproductive rights that indicate that everyone has the right to sexuality, to decide on it and with whom they can share it.
To exercise it in a free, responsible and informed manner, without discrimination, with regard to sexual preference, sexual orientation, gender identity, sex expression and sexual characteristics, without coercion or violence.
Ministers agreed that the Constituent meeting of the CdMx was not within the reach of the faculties of the Federation through legislation on these issues.
Javier Laynez PotisekMinister-instructor pointed out in his conviction project that, in the case of marijuana, the rules of life do not make legislation about health issues, but recognize the right to free development of personality with regard to the free choice of people to do medical and therapeutic use of cannabis.
Moreover, because they subject their exercise and entry into action to what is available at that moment General health law or the one that is issued in a specific way.
The local Magna Carta states that everyone may receive the medical and therapeutic use of cannabis sativa, indica, American or marijuana and its derivatives, in accordance with the federal constitution and the applicable legislation.
By continuing the analysis of the unconstitutionality campaign submitted by the PGR against the local constitution, the plenary discussed the allegation of the federal agency that ensured that the right to a dignified death approved by the Constituent euthanasia and assisted suicide.
Minister Laynez Potisek declared unfounded what the social representation of the Federation claimed, because he said that the disputed article refers to a good death and not to a quick death. At the moment nine ministers voted for the project.
The Plenary Assembly unanimously agreed with the chapter on sexual and reproductive rights that is laid down in the local constitution.
Ministers also spoke in favor of the CdMx Constitution, which states that the mayors will establish civic security and civic justice mechanisms according to their needs. The PGR was of the opinion that having legislation in this case is unconstitutional and also violates the division of powers.
The court approved article 11, section L, concerning the rights of migrants. The Constitution of the CdMx states that migrants and persons under international protection and in another context of human mobility, as well as their family members, regardless of their legal status, have the protection of the law and are not punishable in their state of migrants.
The social representation of the Federation insisted that it is the exclusive right of the Congress of the Union to enact the migration law and that this is the only legal system in the country with legal standards that apply to migrants. The Federal Government Ministry's argument was declared unfounded.
The plenary voted in favor of the subject of the celebration of international deals and foreign policy, allowing Mexico City to promote its presence in the world and its addition to the global system.
Likewise, the right to water referred to in the Local Magna Carta was declared constitutional, indicating that everyone has the right to access the facility and to clean up sufficient, safe and safe drinking water.
The theme of the urban heritage, which includes obligations to identify the preservation of the protection register, preservation of the heritage of the city, was also endorsed.