After the General Rector of the University of Guadalajara (UdeG), Ricardo Villanueva, reported that the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation (SCJN) admitted the controversy presented by the State Commission for Human Rights of Jalisco (CEDHJ) on the cut of 140 million pesos, the Government of Jalisco announced that it will challenge the appeal.
“The admission of the controversy presented It does not mean any violation of human rights, nor the return of any resource, it is only part of the beginning of a legal procedure that does not define the merits of the matter“Said the state government in a statement.
It was added that the Government of Jalisco considers that the CEDHJ “has neither standing nor legal interest in this matterTherefore, in the next few days, an appeal will be presented so that said admission agreement is reviewed by the other members of the Court ”.
The agreement in favor of the UdeG was dictated by the instructor minister, Ana Margarita Ríos Farjart, who also entered the controversy presented by the university’s legal representative, it was detailed.
The 140 million pesos re-labeled by the state government are intended to lead to the completion of the first stage of the Hospital Civil de Oriente in Tonalá. However, in November the SCJN ruled in favor of the UdeG so that this fund is not withdrawn and the state government does not exercise the recourse until the controversies are resolved.
“It is important to report that the State Congress approved a majority budget for the university in 2022 that prioritized strategic areas of the house of studies for its substantive activities, such as the construction of educational infrastructure and more classrooms,” he highlighted.