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Officials crack down on vendors

LA PRENSA/ Maydée Romero Sprang
Los nacionales y extranjeros destacaron al ser entrevistados durante los culecos que se sentían seguros.


10/02/2013 - Sunday is one of the busiest days during the Panama City Carnival, and this year was no exception as large crowds attended the events under sunny skies.

But also in attendance were inspectors who were on hand to ensure that vendors are following health and safety regulations.

Officials from the Panama City Fire Department said they found a number of illegal electrical and gas connections as well as defective equipment.

The Ministry of Health said that inspectors seized expired meat products and fined a number of vendors who failed to produce the proper permits.

Meanwhile, those interviewed said that they felt safe and satisfied with the event.

At security checkpoints established by the national police, prohibited objects such as lighters, confetti, portable coolers and sharp items were seized.

Sellers reported stronger sales than Saturday and the Mayor's Office said that the crowds have behaved admirably to this point. 


cometapanamenha02775
Hace 2 aos

Urraca excelente tu comentario, además de todo lo expuesto, ni le digo como conducen en las calles de tanto guaro......pero se decía al principio de este Gobierno, que no se iba a gastar ni medio mentirelli en carnavales...........jajajjaja hasta que se dieron cuenta que era buen negocio y la gente irresponsable en unos días más, no va a tener dinero para mandar a los pelaos a clases. Que viva el carnaval de la responsabilidad.

EL EMPERADOR ROMANO
Hace 2 aos

bahh pinches carnavales, son una perdicion

cometapanamenha02775
Hace 2 aos

Seis toneladas de basura, orín por todos lados, que linda manera de divertirse

Urraca
Hace 2 aos

y como si fuera poco, nos cuesta 3 millones de dólares

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