The beach club placed wooden posts to limit free movement on the beach.
Cancun, Quintana Roo, (April 08, 2021).- In recent days it was made public that part of the beach located in front of the Mandala Beach Club was privatized due to the fact that a dividing fence had been placed in the sand.
With wooden poles they delimited the space that the club offered to its clients and prevented free movement on the beach, which caused the anger of several bathers.
According to the reforms to the General Law of National Assets, published just last October, the concession of usufruct of the beach does not give the companies the right to prohibit, in any way, free transit on the beaches.
This morning we woke up with a new report that the authorities were at the scene to lift the private area of the Manda Beach Club.
Novedades posted exclusive images of the moment when the authorities removed everything the Mandala Beach Club had placed on the beach.
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