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The San Benito market wakes up on Monday, May 27 without electricity

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The San Benito market, one of the most important in the state capital, wakes up on Monday, May 27, without electricity.

Merchants from this important supply center in the city of Mérida have to work in the darkness using only the light from their cell phones or the lighting that reaches them through the skylights.

Only a butcher shop makes use of a small gasoline-powered auxiliary plant whose noise is the only thing that can be heard in the place.

There is no music, fans, scales, and of course, no refrigerators to preserve perishable products. The underground parking lot is not operating either.

Dark hallways force the public to walk through the best-lit spaces.

While in the Lucas de Gálvez (the other most important “Mercado” in Merida), there was no lack of electricity.

TYT Newsroom

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