The interinstitutional agreements are provided in the Act on the Conclusion of Treaties of 1992. A large part of the Mexican doctrine on international law makes a number of considerations will disagree with this article; for example, interagency agreements are: a Mexican version of the congressional-executive agreements; comparable to international treaties or in one way or another are regulated by international law; materials that can have any legal effect; etc. Also, we deal here to analyze the Bill on General Conclusion and Approval of Treaties, in order to establish whether this proposed law solves the problematic nature of existing laws on the subject or not.
Orozco Torres, L. E. (2016). CARÁCTER Y ALCANCE DE LOS ACUERDOS INTERINSTITUCIONALES EN EL SISTEMA JURÍDICO MEXICANO. Cuestiones Constitucionales, 34, 27–63. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rmdc.2016.07.002