Dry Law for Popular Consultation 2021: which states of Mexico will have an alcohol ban?


The authorities of the states of Puebla, Tamaulipas, Guanajuato, Hidalgo, and Veracruz announced that there will be Prohibition in different regions. The measure was taken by the Popular Consultation 2021 of this Sunday, August 1.

On Sunday, August 1, a Popular Consultation will be held for the first time in the history of Mexico, in order to prosecute or not the former presidents who have taken the reins of the country. That political exercise will be coordinated by the National Electoral Institute (INE), and as is customary in this type of event, the Dry Law will be implemented in several states of the Mexican territory.

That said, the authorities of the states of Puebla, Tamaulipas, Guanajuato, Hidalgo and Veracruz announced that there will be Prohibition in various regions for the Popular Consultation 2021. Next, we will show you all the schedules and characteristics that this measure will have in Mexico.

On the Puebla side, the suspension of alcoholic sales throughout the weekend was determined, as was made known by Ana Lucía Hill Mayoral, secretary of the government of the entity, who also assured that the measure will be suspended from 00:00 hours Monday.

The decree, published in the Official Newspaper of the Stadium, established that administrative units and municipal agencies will be vigilant in complying with these provisions.

Guanajuato, for its part, will also have Prohibition, but only in some municipalities such as Salamanca, where the sale of alcohol will be prohibited from Sunday. In Celaya, the measure will also be fulfilled, but it will be from July 31 to August 1, for 48 hours.

On the other hand, Tamaulipas and Veracruz established that the sale of alcoholic beverages will be limited from 00:00 hours on July 31 until 23:59 hours on August 1. Establishments that do not respect the norm will be severely sanctioned.

It should be noted that the measure will be applied to miscellaneous or grocery stores selling beer and soft drinks, beer warehouses, grocery, and alcoholic beverages warehouses, public restrooms selling beer in open bottles. In the same way, in pulquerías, wineries, bowling alleys, botaneros centers, bar-restaurants, hotels, motels, hostels, service, social or sports clubs, showrooms and entertainment centers.

Source: depor.com

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