Next Sunday, April 10, the first Mandate Revocation Process in Mexico so various entities announced that from Saturday the 9th and Sunday the 10th the Dry Lawthus prohibiting the sale of alcoholic beverages in commercial establishments.
It was yesterday, April 5, when at a press conference, the Head of Government of Mexico City (CDMX), Claudia Sheinbaum Pardoannounced that in the capital of the country, 16 mayors will have this restriction, and some have joined it entities more, among which are; San Luis Potosí, Zacatecas, Campeche, Nuevo León, Tabasco and Nayarit.
While the governors of Sonora and Chihuahua have announced that the sale of alcohol will not be prohibited in these states these days. However, Miguel Barbosa, president of Puebla, announced that the process could be carried out peacefully without the need for extraordinary measures, leaving the imposition of this law to the consideration of the mayors’ offices.
Similarly, Guanajuato indicated that the decision will remain in the hands of each city council. States such as Jalisco, Yucatán and Aguascalientes have not yet issued any information in this regard, but it is still expected that over the course of the week they will pronounce themselves on the implementation of the Dry Law for him Mandate Revocation Process requested by the President of the Republic, Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
CDMX, one of the first entities to implement the Dry Law
Given the issue, the head of government of Mexico City, Claudia Sheinbaumannounced that this weekend there will be Dry Law for the Mexican capital due to the fact that the electoral exercise of Revocation of Mandate will be carried out.
The president explained that it is a measure to prohibit the sale of alcohol in establishments in the capital and aims to avoid conflicts with “several places” where liturgical celebrations are held, since it coincides with Palm Day, a celebration Catholic belonging to Lent.
It should be noted that the Dry Law It is a measure taken by some governments to prohibit the sale, consumption, export, import, manufacture or transfer of alcohol, according to the terms in which it is considered appropriate. This time it will be implemented so as not to interrupt the exercise due to Revocation of Mandate.