Flower of a day. Hundreds of street vendors who were removed from the Gamarra empire on August 10 have returned to take to the streets. This happens at the sight and patience of the police and serene of the municipality of La Victoria.
This was confirmed by Peru21 after a tour of the shopping area. Worse, we find traders that they ensure that the collection of quotas is continued, criminal activity that – according to the prosecutor – the management of Former mayor Elías Cuba, currently imprisoned.
MAFIA REMAINS CONSTANTLY OPERATING
According to some street vendors, they are still charged between S / 3 and S / 5 for them to work. "They charged me S / 3 yesterday and it was a serene, they come between 2:00 and 5:00 in the afternoon, there are days when they arrive in a citizen and they also charge us. no payments are made and those who resist take their products away, "said José, a clothing vendor.
Meanwhile, Raul, who sells sweets in the 15th block of Jay Gamarra, said that the accusations are now being given by sectors. "They charge us S / 2 for every block they have taken, the mafia go on in Gamarra with the only difference that they do not give us tickets (vouchers) for payment now," he said.
In the place we also spoke with Marco Muñoz, supervisor of the serenos, who said that the street vendors have been hired by the owners of the galleries. "They are the owners of the stores that street vendors have hired to sell their products on the street," he said.
He indicated that there are more than 100 people who constantly operate in the area. "It is difficult to control the ambulantes because they take them from one place and appear in the other," he said.
Diógenes Alva, chairman of the coordinator of Gamarra's employers, said: "The Mafia are still in Gamarra because the serene and municipal police, hired by the old corrupt management, continue to work here."
He also said that he has asked the police to stay longer in Gamarra. "The agents are up until 6:00 pm and we have asked them to stay until 10.00 am We also ask the interim mayor, Harry Castro, to start the extermination of street vendors," he said.
-Marco Castro, La Victoria regentor, said they formally asked the temporary mayor, Harry Castro, to change the serena.
– He acknowledged that there is a "serious problem with the problem of street vendors who are back on the streets, but we are going to exterminate them".