Tomorrow, Friday June 5th at 12 midnight, alcohol sales will be temporarily suspended for the whole weekend, due to the elections on Sunday June 7th.
So, if you were planning to go “Bar Hopping” or just feeling fancy for a glass of wine, plan ahead.
You have Thursday and Friday to go “booze shopping” and remember that from midnight tomorrow, you can only drink at home. The temporarily suspension goes for supermarkets, convenience stores (OXXO), Bars and restaurants statewide.
“Ley Seca” Dry Law) (alcohol prohibition) is enforced to maintain peace and order in the city, so the citizens of Merida can cast their vote freely and without any disturbances.
Any person or business caught violating this temporary disposition decreed by the federal government, will be submitted to the proper authorities.
“Ley Seca” (alcohol prohibition) starts on Friday June 5th at 11:59 pm and finishes on Monday June 8th at 11:00 am.
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