Conciliation Boards continue to disappear

Last Monday, June seventeenth of this year, in the morning edition of the Official Gazette of the Federation, the “AGREEMENT whereby the territorial and subject matter competencies of the Special Boards of the Federal Conciliation and Arbitration Board are eliminated and determined, and a change of assignment of an Auxiliary Office is communicated” was published. Through this agreement, the Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare, in the exercise of its powers, decided to suppress several Special Boards, consequently expanding the territorial jurisdiction of others.

For clarity, these were the changes:

  1. Cases filed against the Mexican Social Security Institute that are being processed at Special Board 42, in Torreon, Coahuila, will be referred to Special Boards 19 and 20 in Guadalupe, Nuevo Leon.
  2. The remaining matters pending before Special Board 42 will be referred to Special Board 25 in Saltillo, Coahuila.
  3. Matters pending before the Special Board number 33 in Puebla, Puebla, will be referred to the Special Board 46 in Tlaxcala, Tlaxcala.
  4. The cases that are being processed, in the ruling, award, execution and amparo phase, in the Special Board 33 of Puebla, will be forwarded to the Special Board 32 in Oaxaca, Oaxaca.
  5. Matters pending before the 39th Special Board in Tampico, Tamaulipas, will be referred to the 37th Special Board in Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas.
  6. The cases filed against the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) and the Mexican Postal Service (SEPOMEX) that are being processed before Special Boards 17 and 18 in Guadalajara, Jalisco, will be forwarded to Special Board 61 in Tepic, Nayarit.
  7. Special Boards 17 and 18, in Guadalajara, Jalisco, will no longer hear cases against CFE and SEPOMEX.
  8. The Durango Auxiliary Office is attached as a support unit of Special Board 25 in Saltillo, Coahuila.

The Vega Guerrero & Asociados team will keep you informed about all the details related to this matter so that you have the necessary information to understand the progress and future of the cases being processed in the dissolved labor boards.


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