What The Law Says - followup

by ZihuaRob ⌂ @, Zihuatanejo, México, Friday, September 02, 2022, 18:54 (31 days ago) @ ZihuaRob

Okay, just for clarification, there is a municipal code of regulations, and according to them people are not supposed to walk their animals anywhere, neither the public beaches nor the public parks or streets. If you peruse the Bando de Policía y Buen Gobierno, the first thing you can't help but notice is ALL the local regulations that are not enforced. It would be hilarious if it weren't so pathetic. Bars that get away with opening any hours they want and disturbing the peace to their heart's content. Drunks living on the beaches and in the plazas, using the bathroom in front of children and tourists. Pick almost any section, any regulation, and you'll realize that many of them you'll see violated right in front of the police numerous times every day with zero consequences, and personally it made me laugh all the regs with absolutely NO attempt at enforcement. Every administration puts one of these out. This is one of the funniest yet for all the obvious CASES OF OMISSION.

So remember this saying because this is exactly why it exists: O TODOS COLUDOS O TODOS RABONES. It basically means that the same treatment goes for all. In this case, if the regulations apply to one then they apply to all, something notoriously incongruent in our municipal government.

Tell them to go harass a real criminal, and not the folks with high purchasing power we need here to sustain our community, people whom we should be welcoming here along WITH THEIR FURRY FAMILY MEMBERS.

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