The Secretary of Government of Mexico City, Martí Batres reported that there are coordinated actions to prevent the proliferation of informal commerce, which has managed to establish itself in prohibited spaces such as the Metro and in which not only groups of women participate, but also groups of women. wagon drivers who have tried to resurface as well as organizations of yesteryear.
At the end of the voluntary disarmament on the Mexico-Tacuba road, Batres Guadarrama specified that there are organizations of different kinds that, with the passing of the pandemic, took to the streets to sell items.
“They have been set and then with the pandemic, strong pressure arose at various points for the placement of businesses on public roads and at different Metro stations,” he commented.
He recalled that yesterday the meeting between merchants from Tianguis Disidente and merchants on Genova Street in the Glorieta de Insurgentes was due to a dispute over space. With sticks and other instruments, the merchants of both sides had a fight that left some injured.
This Friday afternoon, women members of the Dissident Tianguis demonstrated in the Insurgentes Glorieta after capital authorities did not allow the installation of their businesses as well as of any other type.
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