Twitter users criticize Sinaloa Governor for alcohol ban

Some users criticized that the sale of soft drinks and sugary drinks should have been suspended, considering that they are more harmful to health

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Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- The Governor of Sinaloa, Quirino Ordaz Coppel, received criticism and criticism in one of his most recent publications on Twitter, where he calls for not ‘loosening’ the preventive measures to counter Covid-19 in the state.

After a few minutes of the post, the state president received comments from some supporters who asked him to “lift” the Dry Law.

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Removed the Dry Law already, ” Jesus F$% $! “It’s getting hot outside, good day, hehe, ”commented one user.

“Remove the Dry Law or suffer the consequences when the elections come, most of the drunkards are very responsible at the time of voting,” threatened another.

“How much they are paying you for having the Dry Law, you must have some benefit from fucking the lives of the people of Sinaloa !!!!”, reproached another.

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Some users reproached that the sale of soft drinks and sugary drinks should have been suspended, considering that they are more harmful to health.

“Suspends the sale of alcohol for the holidays, but not the sale of soda that causes diabetes and more deaths, what does more harm?” Wrote a user.

So far, Ordaz Coppel has not responded to user comments.

The Dry Law began to be implemented in Sinaloa from April 12.

Source: reaccioninformativa.com

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