President Enrique Peña Nieto led the National Meeting for the Procurement and Enforcement of Justice 2015.

Within the framework of this meeting, which convenes attorneys, prosecutors and court presidents, President Enrique Peña Nieto urged them to work to overcome the two major challenges to ensure justice and combat impunity.

Looking ahead to 2016, the agencies for the administration and enforcement of justice throughout the country face two major challenges.

1. Full implementation of the new Criminal Justice System. This is the most important breakthrough in criminal law of the century.

A system whose implementation has been a priority for the government, which marks a paradigm shift in how to investigate, prosecute and punish crimes.

2. Implement and make Everyday Justice an effective right. In other words, non-criminal disputes will be resolved in a flexible, simple and effective way.

This great effort to achieve Everyday Justice is important for consolidating the rule of law and triggering the development, growth and prosperity of our country.

These challenges form part of the government’s commitment to transform our underlying systems for the administration and enforcement of justice.