During the summer, consumers will be able to buy alcoholic beverages in the province of Buenos Aires later, as the Buenos Aires Senate approved the law on Thursday. allows you to extend the sales schedule from 21 to 23.
The project was presented by Guillermo Castello, deputy and senator Lucas Fiorini, and from Cambiemos to promote sales during the season. The Unidad Ciudadan Bloc, for its part, did not take part in the initiative and demanded that the rules on zero alcohol for minors under the age of 21 be met.
Under the current legislation in the province of Buenos Aires, "any sale, sale or supply of alcoholic beverages and the supply of alcoholic beverages consumed outside of the undertaking where the sale takes place is prohibited. from 21:00 to 10:00 the next day"
Castello argued that the "original text" of the norm, which was amended in 2009, is being updated from now on. In turn, he explained that the sale of these drinks to minors under the age of 18 is still banned.
Before the vote, the MEP argued that in the summer months, from December to March, and if the ban is more difficult, because "the days are getting longer, beach or recreational activities are expanded, and tourists want to use their rest days as much as possible."