Three mayors of Mexico City, Gustavo A. Madero, Milpa Alta and Tláhuac, will have dry law in this Easter holiday.
The measure was announced on Wednesday in the Official Gazette of the capital.
Official Gazette bis 12-04-2022. Dry law is declared in @TuAlcaldiaGAM, @GobMilpaAlta and @TlahuacRenace: on April 14 and 15 the first; from 14 to 17 April the second; from 14 to 16 the third. https://t.co/iFkpdRa14o pic.twitter.com/olUgMN5aWH
— ConsejeríaCDMX (@CDMXConsejeria) April 13, 2022
In Gustavo A. Madero, north of the city, the suspension of the sale of alcoholic beverages will be during Thursday, April 14 and Friday, April 15.
For Milpa Alta, south of the CDMX, the measure will cover from Thursday to Sunday 17.
In the case of Tláhuac, to the southeast, this suspension will be from Thursday to Saturday 16.
Just last weekend, the CDMX had days of dry law on the occasion of the consultation to revoke the mandate of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
Other entities in the country adopted the same measure due to the recall exercise.
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