Monday, January 07, 2008


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1 comment:

DJB Rizalist said...

Have you ever heard of something called the Right to Privacy in life, liberty or security?

Does such a substantive sounding right exist in form and substance anywhere in the Constitution?

If so where?

I am concerned because it is precisely the Right that the so called Rule on the Writ of Habeas Data apparently seeks to protect from violation or threat.

Both amparo and habeas data are Constitutional rights that exist in foreign Constitutions, but not ours.

How did the supreme court manage to smuggle them in via mere rules of procedures.

Have they not triply violated the prohibition on “decreasing, increasing or modifying substantive rights” if they managed to establish Constitutional rights recognized in Mexico but not here??