home Highlights, Morelia Non-essential product tianguists can’t open, Morelia city council reiterates
Morelia, Michoacán.- The secretary of the municipality of Morelia, Humberto Arróniz Reyes, reiterated that market traders and tianguis of Morelia who sell products considered non-essential will not be able to open, despite complaints and manifestations they make.
In an interview with media, the official recalled that Morelia’s tianguis and markets continue to operate, but only those who sell necessities such as fruits, vegetables, grains, groceries, meat, cleaning products or spices.
«The municipal government is not going to contradict federal and state rules, we’re going to support the tianguis to have greater sanctions measures, but ultimately businesses selling non-essential products won’t be able to open,» he explained.
He called on the affected merchants to remain calm, as it ruled out the city council using the public force to rebuke the demonstration actions it does.
It should be noted that last Thursday at least 5 commercial unions demonstrated in the town hall of Morelia to demand mayor Raúl Morón Orozco the opportunity to reopen his business.