translated from Spanish: 18 underground bars closed in Chiapas during Covid operation

Chiapas.- The Attorney General’s Office (FGE), through the Costa Border District Prosecutor’s Office, within the framework of the Bar, Canteen and Similar Verification Operation in compliance with preventive contingency health measures COVID-19, managed to suspend 17 clandestine bars with sale of alcoholic beverages in various municipalities of the Costa Soconusco region of Chiapas.In this context. , two establishments were suspended in the municipality of Tuxtla Chico, six in Tuzantán, eight in Mazatan and one in Puerto Madero, Tapachula, which lacked documentation for the sale of alcoholic beverages, also 10 more establishments were inspected to verify their legal operation.
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These work are carried out in unity with authorities of the three levels of government in order to ensure the peace and quiet of the Chiapanecos.

17 underground bars were located in several regions of Chiapas. | Special

With these actions the Attorney General’s Office of the State, headed by Jorge Llaven Abarca, endorses its commitment to citizenship to ensure security and the rule of law in Chiapas.

Original source in Spanish

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