Secretariat of the Interior
Executive department of the Mexican government / From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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The Mexican Secretariat for Home Affairs (Spanish: Secretaría de Gobernación, SEGOB, lit. 'Secretariat for Governance') is the public department concerned with the country's domestic affairs, the presenting of the president's bills to Congress, their publication on the Official Journal of the Federation, and certain issues of national security. The country's principal intelligence agency, CISEN, is directly answerable to the Secretary of the Interior. The Secretary is a member of the President's Cabinet and is, given the constitutional implications of the post, the most important Cabinet Member. Additionally, in case of absolute absence of the President, the Secretary of Interior assumes the executive powers of the President provisionally. The Office is practically equivalent to Ministries of the Interior in most other countries (with the exception of the that of the United States of America) and is occasionally translated to English as Ministry, Secretariat or Department of the Interior.
|Secretaría de Gobernación|
Head Office of the Interior
|Jurisdiction||Federal government of Mexico|
|Headquarters||Abraham González 49 Juárez 06600 Juárez, Mexico City|