The report goes on to say

The decision casts serious doubt on the feasibility of complying with the April 30 deadline the Supreme Court set for the legalization of cannabis.

Senate commissions approved a legalization bill earlier this month, but the document still needs to go through the Senate plenary, the Chamber of Deputies (the lower house) and signed into law by the president.

The lower chamber of the Mexican Legislature on March 20 suspended most activities.It could still see modifications or setbacks along the way.

There is no specific date in the announcement for when Senate work will be renewed, meaning the postponement is effectively indefinite.

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Mexico Senate suspension over COVID-19 puts cannabis legalization deadline in doubt