Yeza's striking argument against the churrero and the tourists who defended him

The mayor of Pinamar, Martín Yeza, came out to defend the police and inspectors who yesterday tried to seize churros from a street vendor, in a fact that was massively known through social networks. The explanation given by the leader of Together for Change to support the position that confronts him with the defense that the tourists made of the worker was the following: “That the beach is not a screaming”.

The singular argument of the macrista mayor was expressed on Twitter, hours after the episode that circulated through a video occurred. The comments and feedback he received were not so favorable.

“A video of a group of people who sought to prevent an inspection agent from retaining merchandise from a street vendor without permission went viral. I want to explain the reasons,” wrote Yesa.

“Street vending is allowed, but it has a system that seeks a balance between there being supply”, he said, resorting to the classic argumentative strategy of Together for Change that grants one of the characteristics of a fact and then rejects it for the others.

But what was remarkable was the explanation he gave about the reasons why it could not be sold in front of the sea. According to him, What the regulations that prompted the attempt to seize churros seek is that “the beach is not a shouting of offers ‘Ice cream, ice cream!'” which, in his opinion, interrupts the rest of tourists.

With her stance, Yeza not only positioned herself against the tourists who defended the street vendor, but also questioned a practice that is part of the folklore of the most traditional beaches of Buenos Aires, where dozens of sellers offer their products drawing attention to them, as any marketing manager would recommend.

“We want people to come and rest”, said the mayor of Together for Change and appealed to bromatological reasons: “About that sale of food, without a license, we do not know under what conditions it was produced and perhaps you are giving it to your children. That’s why we take care of them,” he said, referring to the tourists.

In passing, he resorted to another exaggeration: to “the two control agents (who promoted the kidnapping of churros) they scratched them for preventing them from retaining merchandise of dubious origin,” he said and posted a photo of an inspector’s hand with two scratches.

Space was also made to side with inspectors and Baywatch: “I thank the agents for the work they did, I hope they apologize”.

Among the hundreds of responses, comments and criticisms that Yeza received on her account was also that of the liberal leader Carlos Maslaton, who positioned himself in favor of the churrero: “Pinamar is not Nice. You do not have any permission. Stop working, dedicate yourself to lighting, sweeping and cleaning, and don’t bother the poor informal anymore”.

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