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of the Political Constitution of the United Mexican States, and for its due publication and observance, I issue the present Decree in the Residence of the Federal Executive Power, in the City of Mexico, Federal District, on the fifth day of the month of December of each year.
of the Political Constitution of the United Mexican States, and for its due publication and observance, I issue the present Decree in the Residence of the Federal Executive Power, in the City of Mexico, Federal District, on the tenth day of the month of December of the following year.
In compliance with the provisions of Section I of Article 89 of the Political Constitution of the United Mexican States, and for its due publication and observance, I issue this Decree in the Residence of the Federal Executive Power, in the City of Mexico, Federal District, on the sixteenth day of the month of December of this year, in the City of Mexico, Federal District, on the sixteenth day of December of this year, in compliance with the provisions of Section I of Article 89 of the Political Constitution of the United Mexican States.
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The juridical act is the declaration or manifestation of will, sanctioned by the Law, destined to produce legal effects wanted by its author or by the parties, which can consist of creating, modifying, transferring, transmitting or extinguishing rights and obligations..
For the legal act to be given, it is not enough that there is a subject and an object with sufficient capacity, something is needed that puts them in relation, establishing a bond or a link that unites them, making the legal relationship pass from the state of possibility to the state of existence. This third element is a fact, which, being a producer of legal effects, is called a legal fact; when such fact comes from the human will, it receives the name of legal act.
The elements of the legal transaction are classified as essential, natural and accidental. The subjects, or parties, which may be one or more, are those individuals or legal entities that carry out the act and will be affected by it, since by virtue thereof, they will acquire, modify, transfer or extinguish rights. Those who are not part of the legal act are called third parties.
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It is therefore necessary to regulate, to order with a medium and long term vision, with criteria that clear uncertainties and give security to the companies and with the intention of protecting the citizen from dominant positions of opinion or restriction of access to universal contents of great interest or value.
This law must also be understood as part of the Government’s audiovisual reform project which was undertaken during the previous legislature with the approval of Act 17/2006 for the State-Owned Radio and Television and which was complemented with the Law for Financing the Corporación RTVE.
In this sense, the norm aims at promoting a more inclusive and equitable society and, specifically with regard to the prevention and elimination of gender discrimination, within the framework of the provisions regarding advertising and the media set forth in Organic Act 1/2004, dated December 28th, on measures for the comprehensive protection against gender-based violence and Organic Act 3/2007, dated March 22nd, for the effective equality between men and women.
General Customs Law
We understand by communication network the set of meaningful signs that individuals exchange with each other, so that the simplest communication network is constituted by the interrelation of only two individuals. This type of network constitutes, on the one hand, a powerful form of direct influence on individual opinions and, on the other hand, the basic structure for more complex communication patterns.
All this leads us to conclude that, if communication is a source of influence as well as information, the reception of a certain type of communication implies learning; and opinion, then, will be the result of that learning.
On the other hand, within the communication process there is a curious phenomenon: the individual, alone or in a group, always tends to see and hear what he wants to see and hear, as the main motivation, although it is evident that there will be secondary aspects that, unconsciously, he sees and hears without wanting to. In general terms, communication always tends to be complemented by observation. From all this we conclude that the interaction of information communicated and information received (perceived) directly, and especially the reconciliation of communication-observation experiences, are an important part of the dynamics of opinion formation and change. Sometimes one learns by communication what should perhaps be learned by observation.