Published On: Thu, Sep 14th, 2017

Yucatan’s judicial system rated the best in Mexico

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With a rating of 57.7% Yucatan placed above states like Querétaro….

MERIDA — The Judicial Branch of the State of Yucatan (PJEY) is the best qualified in the country for its performance, according to the 2017 National Survey from the Strategic Communication Cabinet.

This survey, which measures the perception of the state, citizen satisfaction and evaluates state governments and their officials, also includes a measurement called “Data of Democracy”, in which citizens were asked how they would rate performance of the judicial branch of their state.

State Supreme Court (Photo: Google)



Yucatán obtained a 57.4% positive rating that means the state was qualified as Very Good for its performance in justice application, exceeding even the national average of 34.6%.

The Survey shows that the Judiciary of the State of Yucatan holds a significant advantage of seven percentage points over the second place that was the Judicial Branch of Querétaro, which obtained a rating of 49%.

The Judiciary of the State of Yucatan stood out for its advances and approach with society through the series of reforms that have occurred in the criminal, mercantile, family, civil and adolescent justice systems, focusing on the training of judges within the demands of society for a faster, humane and effective justice.


In other related public safety news, the General Secretary of Government, Roberto Rodríguez Asaf, recognized the efforts of the Heroic Fire Corps Team.

Yucatan fire corps (Photo: Yucatan a la Mano)



The official, who is in charge of coordinating public security policies, said that especially in Mérida, there are new forms of construction, with characteristics that demand them to be more prepared.

“It worth to recognize the commitment of the Rescue Elements from the SSP, because they are up date in terms of techniques of suffocation of fire and attention to victims, in addition to constantly review the relief scheme they use,” he said.

Rodríguez Asaf reported that the Fire Department of the Public Security Secretariat has 297 elements distributed in 29 bases, 15 of them in Mérida and 14 in the interior of the state.

The bases are in the localities of Progreso, Yucalpetén (Marine base-rescue boats and divers), Hunucma, Kinchil, Uman, Maxcanú, Ticul, Tekax, Peto, Motul, Tizimín, Izamal, Kaua and Valladolid.

Rodríguez Asaf also said that “there are 68 vehicles: 14 cars, 29 tankers, 20 light vehicles, 5 boats and 2 trailers.

“But the most important thing is the great professional and technical quality of the elements that make up the Heroic Fire Corps of Yucatan. They are people with dedication and commitment to the society they serve, which deserve all our recognition,” he concluded.

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