Powers of the Union (Mexico)

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The Powers of the Union (Poderes de la Unión, in Spanish)[1] is a constitutional term to refer to the three branches of the Mexican government jointly:

These are the three branches of government, or powers, of the federated "Union" of the thirty-one constituent states. The Powers of the Union are also referred to as the Supreme Power of the Federation (Supremo Poder de la Federación).[2] Mexico City is constitutionally defined as the federal district and seat of the "Powers of the Union".

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  1. ^ Article 44. Political Constitution of the United Mexican States.
  2. ^ Poder Público. Presidencia de la República. Accessed: 2008-02-03