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Mexico’s General Law of Administrative Responsibility establishes a legal framework for public servants to follow. This applies to all public officials in the country.
It contains administrative penalties for those public officials who commit “non-serious” (no graves) and “serious” (graves) administrative violations.
The expected administrative sanctions to both types of violations consist in preclusion from participating in future public offices, economic sanctions, bans for misconduct and dismissal of the public official.
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