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Operadora de Centros de Espectáculos, S.A. de C.V. v. Mexico

The plaintiff, an entertainment firm, requested an appeal for legal protection against a clause in a law on commercial establishments, which prohibits the sale of tobacco in entertainment venues. The plaintiff claimed this provision violated the right to commerce. The Court found that the law did violate the right to commerce because the limitation violated the principle of proportionality and necessity.  

 
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