A Comparison between Remedial Systems in Canada and Mexico

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Canada and Mexico have constitutional systems that are in accordance with international law on the protection of human rights. Both nations have adopted provisions in their fundamental laws to ensure remedial actions if personal rights, freedoms or privileges are unlawfully affected by government officials. It is true that the nature of remedial actions in both countries are different in conception, implementation and legal consequence, however, we can locate some similarities, such as their main goal: to restore rights and privileges unlawfully affected or limited by official entities.

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