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The vetoes and threat of vetoes resulted in a showdown between Fox and Congress that went all the way to the high court (Suprema Corte de Justicia de la Nacion, SJCN) in 2005.
The matter eventually ended before the SJCN, where plaintiffs argued that the inability of take deductions on the tax violated the principle of fair and equitable taxation found in Article 31 of the Mexican Constitution.
In their decision, the five SJCN judges who handled the case cited Article 28 of the Mexican Constitution, which, in combination with the Ley Federal de Competencia, seeks to prevent, detect, and sanction any monopolistic practices in order to protect the interest of the public.
Some legal scholars said the SJCN ruling could restrict Mexican citizens who believe that a high-court ruling does not adequately address their grievances.