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SEP Temporarily Suspends Controversial Study Plan

By MARK LORENZANA Mexico’s Secretariat of Public Education (SEP) backed down and agreed to stop, for now, the implementation of its contentious study program, after two judges suspended it indefinitely. “Temporarily and in respect of the rule of law, the pilot program of the new study plan for preschool and primary and secondary education will not be applied,” the SEP

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Sener Decree on Gas Monopoly Halted

By MARK LORENZANA Federal judges on Tuesday, July 12, put a stop to the order of Mexico’s federal government that forced private companies to buy natural gas from Mexico’s Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) and state oil giant Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex). Through five amparo (habeas corpus) injunctions, the judges — who specialize in economic-competition cases — suspended the effects of the

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