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Mexico. 2015 ‘Carrying Firearms in Public Places (Portar Armas en Lugares Públicos).’ Federal Law of Firearms and Explosives of January 11, 1972 - Last amended in 2015 (Ley Federal de Armas y Explosivos del 11 de enero de 1972 - Última reforma publicada en 2015); Title II, Chapter III (Article 36), p. 10. Mexico City: Congress of Mexico. 12 November

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Artículo 36

Queda prohibido a los particulares asistir armados a manifestaciones y celebraciones públicas, a asambleas deliberativas, a juntas en que se controviertan intereses, a cualquier reunión que, por sus fines, haga previsible la aparición de tendencias opuestas y, en general, a cualquier acto cuyos resultados puedan ser obtenidos por la amenaza o el uso de las armas; se exceptúan los desfiles y las reuniones con fines deportivos de charrería, tiro o cacería.

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Article 36

It is strictly forbidden to carry firearms in any demonstrations, public celebrations, deliberative assemblies, meetings wherein parties may have different interests, any other type of meeting that may host sides with opposite beliefs, and in general, any other event whose results may be obtained by the threat or use of weapons; with the exception of parades and meetings for the sporting purposes of horsemanship, shooting or hunting.

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