“If the city wants to preserve the appointment that Campeche has as a Cultural Heritage of Humanity, “there is nothing to invent”, and if the corresponding authorities know what they have to do, let each person fulfill their obligations.”
This was mentioned by the State Secretary of Culture, Delio Carrillo Pérez, regarding the issue of street vendors, as he mentioned that if the Campechanos want a developing city, the first thing the authorities need to do is to rescue the good image of this beautiful colonial coastal city.
“We must work hard and carry out activities that will enable us to offer tourists a pleasant image, because when visitors come to Campeche, what they want is to see the attractions, walk around in peace and eat well”, no to be constantly diturbed by an army of street vendors”, the official said.
The traveler is not interested in the problems of our city, and too many street vendors offering their products could be very annoying, so the local government should look for strategies and projects to accommodate all of these street vendors that roam all over the city.
Carrillo Perez said that in other cities, the same situation has occurred as vendors “invade” sites designated as Cultural Heritage, and in the Mexican city of Cuernavaca, state capital of Morelos for example, the Cultural Heritage of Humanity appointment was lost for this reason.
“However, in other destinations such as Mexico City, the issue was solved with a relocation of street vendors, and a serious problem was prevented”. the official continued.
“This should be the case in Campeche, we need to look for a solution, an alternative so as not to disturb order, and to show a beautiful, calm city proud of its Cultural Heritage of Humanity appointment.
TYT Newsroom with information from campechehoy.mx