The more than 32,000 businessmen of the Gamarra commercial emporium have expressed their rejection of the mandatory immobilization or curfew decreed by the Government of Pedro Castillo for this Tuesday, April 5, in Lima and Callao.
Through a statement, the Gamarra Peru Business Association described the measure as disproportionate and lacking in legitimacy, since it would imply losses of more than S/ 20 million.
“The measure, disproportionate and lacking in legitimacy, occurs in the middle of the autumn-winter campaign, which is one of the main seasons of the year, due to the number of visitors to the stores, sales and production of the workshops, which in a single day they exceed S / 20 million, ”said the union.
Along these lines, the microentrepreneurs pointed out that preventing them from working affects the national economy and the livelihood of their families.
“We urge President Pedro Castillo to immediately correct this nonsense and lift the tenure for the good of the country,” he concluded.