Chinatown ‘cleaned’ of street vendors

Chinatown with street vendors.

More than 150 street vendors were removed from the sidewalks of Chinatown. / Photo: Efrén Argüelles.

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This Monday, more than 150 street vendors were removed from the sidewalks of Chinatown in Mexico City.

Street vendors offered face masks, lamps, batteries, hats, glasses, books, clothing and cell phone items.

The order is to remove them for not having permits Since when are they installed here? It’s been several months now, they remove them from other points and look for a place to settle to sell What will happen to them? Today we invite them to leave, if they come back we are going to pick them up to take them to the civic judge,” said Arturo Hernández, an auxiliary police officer.

After approximately 50 minutes, Dolores Street in Chinatown was cleared of vendors and garbage.

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