The Second Chamber of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation (SCJN) refused to resolve the protection promoted by Grupo Elektra with which it sought to avoid the payment of two thousand 636 million 428 thousand 880.12 pesos plus interest and updates for ISR for the year 2006 .
This does not mean that Elektra has already lost the amparo, but rather that the file will return to a collegiate court to resolve the matter definitively.
The Court’s resolution was issued by a majority of three votes, although the two ministers who voted against dismissing the matter, Luis María Aguilar Morales and Alberto Pérez Dayán, declared themselves to directly deny the amparo.
In its resolution, the Chamber recalled that the Court has already ruled on these issues in which it has declared that the amparo is not admissible.
The case derived from the merger of some of Elektra’s subsidiaries, dedicated to storage and distribution, and tried, without success, to deduct the money invested in this operation from ISR.