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Televisión Azteca, S.A. de C.V. v. Mexico

The plaintiffs presented an appeal for legal protection, alleging that an article of the General Health Law violated the right to a hearing.  The Ministry of Health had issued this article to regulate the advertisement of tobacco and alcoholic beverages. The Court found that the law had followed the administrative procedures necessary for sanitary control and public health laws, holding that the Ministry of Health is competent to create such a regulation and dismissed the plaintiff's claim. 

 
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