Illustrated comparison

It shows how the text in each Article of the Constitution was reordered and consolidated, including reforms and additions through October 2015 (center) into the Reordered and Consolidated Constitution (right) and into the Constitutional Development Law (left).

Example: If one places the cursor over Article 26 of the current Constitution, the following links are shown:

Constitutional
Development Law
(LDC)
Our
Constitution
Our Constitution
Reorganized and Consolidated
(CRC)
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How to read it: The content of the paragraphs of Article 26 of the Political Constitution of the United Mexican States (with reforms and additions through October of 2015) was moved to articles 28 and 30 of the Reorganized and Consolidated Constitution (CRC) and to articles 18 and 19 of the Constitutional Development Law (LDC).

The thickness of the connecting lines represents the quantity of paragraphs that are either reordered or consolidated from one article to another.

To see the details of the paragraphs that went into a section, for example, Article 28 in the CRC, click on the article title and the source of the text will be shown.

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Constitutional
DEVELOPMENT LAW
(LDC)
Our
CONSTITUTION
Our Constitution
REORGANIZED AND CONSOLIDATED
(CRC)