What is MUGEJU?

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Managing body of the Social security schemes of staff at the service of the administration of justice

The Second Additional Provision of the law 29 / 1975, 27 June on Social security of civil servants of the state, found that “ Social Security of staff at the service of the administration of justice will be regulated by a special law, adapted to the guidelines of this Act and mutualisme, through a Mutuality of officials from the administration of justice.

In compliance with the legal mandate, through the royal Decreto-Ley 16 / 1978, established the Social security schemes of staff at the service of the administration of justice and created the General Mutuality Judicial and managing body of the judicial mutualisme .

This Special Regime is composed of two mechanisms of coverage:

  • The Regime de Clases Pasivas of the state, which is governed by their specific rules.
  • Judicial El Mutualisme, regulated by the consolidated text of existing legal provisions on the Social security schemes of staff at the service of the administration of justice, approved by Royal Legislative Decree 3 / 2000, and managed by the General Mutuality Court.

MUGEJU is the abbreviated title with the commonly known to the General Mutuality Judicial, Public Agency with public persona differentiated themselves and heritage treasury, as well as management autonomy in the terms established for the Autonomous Agency in law 6 / 1997 of 14 April, organization and operation of the General administration of state, attached to the justice ministry through the secretariat of State of justice.

The Mugeju aims to manage and deliver homogeneously for all members of the races, bodies and scales of the administration of justice, for officials in practices in the service of this administration and for the body of career Lawyers that make up the body of Lawyers of the Constitutional Court, the mechanism of coverage of the Judicial Mutualisme system established in the consolidated text of existing legal provisions on the Social security schemes of staff at the service of the administration of justice.