Ríos Rubio mentioned that throughout the year, beach vendors work even during low season, however those who do not have a license only arrive at the port in high season, selling exactly the same as they do.
Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- Jorge Luis Ríos Rubio, Secretary-General of the Federal Zone Sellers Union, warned that before the arrival of the summer holiday season, it is common for sellers from different parts of the country without a license to arrive at the port and generate a lack of control among those who are registered and have permission.
Cataloged as an injustice, Ríos Rubio mentioned that throughout the year, beach vendors work even during low season, however, those who do not have a license only arrive at the port in high season, selling exactly the same as they do.
“Summer holidays are approaching and we are beginning the procedure so that there is a little more control there in the federal zone (…) The disorder remains the same and increases a little more in the summer holidays (…) They bring neither a permit nor a badge, “the street vendor also complained.
For this reason, he demanded that the authorities “pay more attention” to the problem because the good sales seasons is not just for outsiders, coupled with the fact that currently of the six unions in existence there are a total of 800 vendors, only among 500 and 600 are active and sales do not exceed 50 percent.
“We hope they will remove vendors who do not have permission,” he concluded.
(If you buy from a beach vendor ask for his lic and ID)