As detailed by Meana, these permits are requested at the Community Services Directorate.
Panama- A total of 300 permits for street vendorss that they comply with the requirements, will hand over the capital’s mayor’s office for national holidays, as confirmed on Tuesday, Judy Meana, deputy mayor of Panama.
According to Meana, “both in national holidays like in Christmas, which is also what it’s coming, I always tell them peddlers, to the Panamanians and Panamanians who are dedicated to retail Sales, what do they want permissions that they have to approach the Community Services Directorate.
the deputy mayor took the opportunity to remind him to the population that buhonería is an activity that only Panamanians can exercise and that these permissions are can request in any moment“not only when there are parades and activities”because what is sought is that “formalize and have their Municipal permits to dedicate to these undertakings”.
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For national holidays, the mayor’s office will grant 300 permits for street vendors who meet the requirements. The audio lasts 1 minute 22 because I mentioned another topic at the end. pic.twitter.com/4H3Z3KN56n
— Judy Meana (@judyMEANA) September 20, 2022
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