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Mexican senators Raymundo Cardenas (R-L), Cesar Raul Ojeda, Javier Corral and Manuel Bartlett arrive at the Senate venue to address a press conference with media on Telecommunications Law approved by the Mexican Congress, May 4, 2006. Forty-six Senators handed over an action against Telecommunications Law, best known as Ley Televisa  before the Supreme Court in order to declare it unconstitutional as the  46 Senators declared that the law directly benefits the two biggest broadcasting groups, Televisa and TV Azteca, since they are granted free digital spectrum.Photo by Javier Rodriguez