Mazatlan: Sermanat cancels beach vendor permits

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Workers in the area protested against the head of the Semarnat department in Culiacán

Mazatlan, Sinaloa.- More than 14 permits of unionized beach vendors have been canceled in Mazatlan on orders from Semarnat, this because according to the arguments of the manager María Luisa Shimizu, the procedures were made in a timely manner, however, the leaders of the Six unions believe that it is due to the excess of independent permits that exist.

Jorge Ríos Rubio, general secretary of the Federal Trade Union of Beach Vendors, attached to the Confederation of Mexican Workers, said the licensees are uncertain that they will take away their work since they depend on that livelihood to support their families

“Since she entered, she began to cancel permits and we don’t understand that, but we want to know exactly who is giving the order to her to cancel the permits, most of us, because we don’t know how to do anything other than work in the Beach, people are upset about the action that Semarnat is doing. ”

Representatives of the Beach Workers Unions commented that they believe the cancellation is due to the saturation of vendors there since Semarnat has been responsible for approving independent permits, they even ensure that there are more than 800 approved.

They added the lack of commitment from federal deputy, Olegaria Carrasco and the deputy delegate Jaime Montes, who promised to hold a meeting to find solutions to this problem and did not appear.

They will begin to protest in the streets to pay attention to them, in addition, they said that this Friday they will march to the offices of María Luisa Shimizu, in charge of Semarnat in Culiacán, for an explanation

Source: linea directa

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