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Medina Mora resigns as minister of Mexico’s Supreme Court
Eduardo Medina Mora – Photo: File photo/EL UNIVERSAL

Medina Mora resigns as minister of Mexico’s Supreme Court

03/10/2019
18:03
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The Minister decided to present his resignation in the context of an investigation against him for receiving financial transfers that do not correspond with the income levels reported in his assets declaration

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According to sources of the Judiciary Power, today, Minister of Mexico’s Supreme Court Eduardo Medina Mora submitted his resignation, 11 years before the conclusion of the period for which he was chosen, and he will do so in the context of the investigations performed by the Finance Intelligence Unit of the Finance Ministry on his accounts and financial management of recent years, in which according to information received by the Mexican government from finance agencies of the U.S. government, the judiciary officer received financial transfers that do not correspond with the income levels reported in his assets declarations.


 

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