Article 12, On the Supreme Court

The Supreme Court is a collegiate body with nationwide jurisdiction, whose duty is to ensure the correct application of the law and to standardize its interpretation, as well as the other powers established by this Constitution and law.

The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court shall be a person elected by his or her peers. He/she shall serve for a term of two years with no possibility of holding office again. Whoever holds the office of Chief Justice may not be a member of any of the chambers.