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Hamdan Amad, Faudi, et al. v. Mexico

The plaintiffs, a group of Mexican citizens, presented an appeal for legal protection claiming that, as persons addicted to smoking, the smoke-free laws violated their constitutional rights by making all closed public spaces smoke-free. The Court dismissed the claim finding that the plaintiffs' addiction to tobacco did not justify their smoking in closed public spaces and that they had the freedom to smoke in other spaces.

 
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