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Mexican Supreme Court: Legislative Omission – Analysis on Congress’ Failure to Enact Legislation Regulating Official Advertising in Mexico

  • Jaime Olaiz-González EMAIL logo
From the journal ICL Journal

Abstract

Last year, Mexico’s Supreme Court issued a momentous decision pertaining to the so-called legislative omission. It represented a groundbreaking judgment not only for its effects on freedom of speech and of the press and separation of powers in Mexico, but also – and perhaps more saliently- for its implications in the way in which the Court is asserting its powers in interpreting the Constitution.

Published Online: 2018-11-14
Published in Print: 2018-11-27

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