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Federal Prosecutor assigned to the Special Office of the Attorney General for Federal Crimes Committed by Public Servants against Persons Related to Past Social and Political Movements and Federal Prosecutor assigned to the Second District Federal Court for Criminal Proceedings in the Federal District v Echeverria (Luis) and Moya-Palencia (Mario), Appeal Decision, Appeal No 1/2004-PS, Appeal No 8/2004-PS, ILDC 76 (MX 2005), 15th June 2005, Mexico; Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation

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María Cortina-Borja

Federal Prosecutor assigned to the Special Office of the Attorney General for Federal Crimes Committed by Public Servants against Persons Related to Past Social and Political Movements and Federal Prosecutor assigned to the Second District Federal Court for Criminal Proceedings in the Federal District v Echeverria (Luis) and Moya-Palencia (Mario), Appeal Decision, Appeal No 1/2004-PS, Appeal No 8/2004-PS, ILDC 76 (MX 2005), 15th June 2005, Mexico; Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation

From: Oxford Public International Law (http://opil.ouplaw.com). (c) Oxford University Press, 2015. All Rights Reserved.date: 23 August 2019

Whether an interpretative declaration attached by Mexico to the Convention on the Non-Applicability of Statutory Limitations to War Crimes and Crimes against Humanity, according to which the non-applicability of statutory limitations would only apply to crimes committed after the entry into force of that treaty for Mexico, was valid.

Whether the 30-year statute of limitations provided for in Mexican law applied to alleged genocide committed by a former president of Mexico.

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