Request for reordering of popular commerce in Mexico City

The president of the Pro Diana organization and trade union leader, Diana Sánchez Barrios, pronounced herself in favor of the reordering of the popular trade, without criminalization.

The president of the Pro Diana organization and trade union leader, Diana Sánchez Barrios, pronounced herself in favor of the reordering of the popular trade, without criminalization.
The president of the Pro Diana organization and trade union leader, Diana Sánchez Barrios, pronounced herself in favor of the reordering of the popular trade, without criminalization.

During the start of the Project: Effective Reorganization of the CDMX. "Effective regulation, the right thing in the public highway, a space that generates future", considered that the moment came of the reconciliation of the popular commerce with the civil society, when repairing the damage caused to the sector in previous years.

The project involves activities and proposals to generate a citizen initiative of the Law of Popular Commerce in the framework of a common work called "correct effective rearrangement in the public highway", she noted.

"The time has come for the organizations to unify criteria and channel together a social and economic good for this sector and thus give way to the eradication of stigma and discrimination suffered by the working class that is self-employed," said Diana Sánchez.

She said that this work should be carried out effectively between society and government and with an open local Congress, where women have a preponderant role when working outside and inside the home.

"I am convinced that an effective and consensual law will help to have identity, rights and obligations without segregating or criminalizing, as well as an effective order that allows our government to generate broad governance for the people," she said.

The gathering of signatures in the 16 city halls for the validation of a law initiative in favor of the ordering of commerce in public thoroughfares was also initiated, and a photographic exhibition was inaugurated in which images of street trade are shown.

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