On the eve of national holidays this September 15th and 16th To commemorate Mexico’s independence, the celebrations of this day are at stake for many people The prohibition law in the state of Guanajuato namely in the municipality of León.
That’s why we’re telling you here what decisions the authorities have made for these celebrations and what position the city of León takes in this regard.
In the state of Guanajuato, the prohibition law applies throughout September 15 until the next day; However, there is an exception, and that is for the municipality of Salamanca, since its municipal administration has decided not to ban the sale of drinks with alcohol content for the “Grito de Independencia” celebrations, so bars and restaurants, as well as shops, types of drinks will be possible , but during normal opening hours as no extension of opening hours has been approved.
Regarding the community Leon Since no changes have been proposed by the city government, the prohibition law would apply during the two days of the Mexican holiday.
What is dry law?
Prohibition, also known as prohibition, is a controversial measure that certain states have used throughout history and which consists of illegalizing the production, transportation, importation, exportation and sale of alcohol for consumption during a certain period of time.
In Mexico this was first decreed in 1915, 24 hours before the start of the electoral process; The same dynamic that has been used in recent years to maintain discipline and stability in moments when the highest possible level of awareness is required.
The prohibition law is regulated by Article 300 of the General Law on Electoral Institutions and Procedures (LGIPE), in which its application is at the discretion of each State or municipality at the times it determines.