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Mexico's 'Ley Seca' Will Not be Enforced in Vallarta

June 29, 2018

The general secretary of the City Council, Víctor Bernal Vargas, said that all establishments selling alcoholic beverages will be permitted to operate normally, respecting the municipality's established regulations.

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico - The city of Puerto Vallarta has officially announced that it WILL NOT implement the temporary ban on the sale of alcoholic beverages, known as 'La Ley Seca,' in the 48 hours surrounding the 2018 elections on Sunday, July 1st.

The general secretary of the City Council, Víctor Bernal Vargas, elaborated, explaining that all establishments selling alcoholic beverages will be permitted to operate in a normal manner, respecting the municipality's established alcohol regulations, from midnight on Friday, June 29 until midnight on Sunday, June 1.

The municipal official strongly advised all depósitos, cervecerias, wine shops, grocery and convenience stores that sell alcoholic beverages in closed containers, to comply with the city guidelines, refrain from selling drinks to minors, and to prohibit consumption inside or outside of their facilities.

Bernal Vargas also called for responsible consumption by citizens and reminded them to avoid excesses that could disturb the peace or affect the outcome of Sunday's elections.

He indicated that the Directorate of Inspection and Regulations, as well as the Citizen Security Commission, will be attentive and vigilant that no acts that violate the municipality's laws and regulations are incurred.