In the amparo, the president of MCCI claimed Pemex’s decision to stop paying her the pension she received for the death of her ex-husband and former coordinator of advisors at the oil company, Carlos Fernando Márquez Padilla García.

MEXICO CITY (apro).- Two amparo courts refused to be competent to resolve the lawsuit of María Amparo Casar Pérez, in which she claimed that Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex) stopped paying her, without any reason, the pension she received for the death from her ex-husband Carlos Fernando Márquez Padilla García.

Proceso reported that the lawsuit was referred to the Sixth District Judge on Labor matters who ordered Pemex to return her pension to the president of Mexicans Against Corruption and Impunity (MCCI), but he refused to be competent to hear the matter, so decided to send it to the administrative courts.

This Friday, the Ninth District Court in Administrative Matters notified that it is not competent to hear the matter either, so now a Collegiate Court in Labor Matters must decide which of the two judges will be responsible for continuing with the trial.

“The letter of the Ninth District Court for Administrative Matters in Mexico City is deemed to have been received, by which it informs the order of May thirteen, two thousand and twenty-four, agreed upon in the trial of its index, by which it determined not to accept the jurisdiction to hear the request for protection (…) this Sixth Labor Court in Mexico City maintains its legal incompetence due to the subject matter,” said the Sixth Judge in an agreement issued this Friday in file 1325/ 2024.

“Request the turn of the jurisdictional conflict that concerns us to the Common Correspondence Office of the Collegiate Labor Courts of the First Circuit (…) the file formed as a result of the claim relating to this amparo trial is sent, which It appears in the diverse trial of the Ninth District Court in Administrative Matters in this city; so that the present jurisdictional conflict turns to whoever corresponds.”

The conflict is notified one day after the Sixth Collegiate Court on Labor Matters confirmed that Pemex must continue paying the pension to María Amparo Casar for the death of her ex-husband, who was coordinator of advisors for the oil company.

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This measure will remain in force until it is defined which of the two courts should hear the matter and decide whether it will grant the definitive suspension so that the pension continues to be received until a ruling is issued in the case.

The president of MCCI was accused by the director of Pemex, Octavio Romero Oropeza, of falsifying information about the death of her ex-husband because the official claims that Márquez Padilla García committed suicide and that Casar did not have the right to receive the pension.

For this reason, Pemex denounced María Amparo Casar and her two children, who are currently being investigated by the Attorney General’s Office (FGR) for the alleged fraud committed against the oil company.

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