El juicio de amparo, la Constitución de Querétaro de 1917, y su influjo sobre la constitución de la segunda república Española, translates in English to, The amparo trial, the Querétaro Constitution of 1917, and its influence on the constitution of the second Spanish republic, is a unique book, since it studies the most proper and exemplary institution of Mexican Law.

As Professor Tena Ramírez has expressed: the amparo trial is not all that it is known to be in Spain nor possibly in some Latin American countries, despite its ubiquity. The procedural complexity of the amparo has created a severe difficulty in its understanding.

For these reasons Francisco Fernández Segado considers it necessary to bring attention to the evolution, issues, and origins of the Queretaro constitution.

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