The municipality of Lima will try to challenge in the judiciary the solution of the National Institute for the defense of competition and the protection of intellectual property (INDECOPI), which has declared illegally that transport companies are not required to have hanging ballots to obtain the Single Card or Circulation (TUC) of their vehicles.
Last Tuesday the resolution 0230-2018 / SEL-Indecopi was published in "El Peruano", stating that the municipality was higher than in their powers when applying for that documentation in their requirements to obtain the license. That is why the municipal requirement does not apply.
Lima claimed through a statement that Indecopi makes a mistake in her verdict, because "the organic law of municipalities has not correctly analyzed, which in Article 81 requires that the provincial municipalities have, inter alia, the authority to transfer the public transport service in their jurisdiction. regulate and regulate. "In addition, it indicated that the National Traffic Traffic Act enables municipalities to implement additional rules for transport.
The municipality will start a contentious administrative process to make Indecopi's statement ineffective.