Provinces - Sana
The directorates of internal trade and consumer protection in the governorates of Lattakia, Homs, Hama, and Rural Damascus have organized dozens of rationing adjustments against commercial activities, bakeries, and violating fuel stations, during their follow-up to the work of the markets.
In Lattakia, the Directorate of Domestic Trade and Consumer Protection in Lattakia organized 42 supply controls against violators, as a fuel station was seized in the countryside of Qardaha, for the violation of collecting cards for the fuel trade and violation of commercial activities with possession of expired materials, trading in subsidized materials, and possession of supply flour for trade in the black market in a warehouse in Jableh.
In addition, a regulation has been made against the dependents of bread to refrain from selling and the violation of selling at an extra price and selling the wholesale bread outside the electronic card, and seizing the right of a butchery for the violation of collecting two types of meat, and controlling for not giving invoices to a wholesale distributor, not having invoices, not announcing prices, and seizing non-food and food samples for a number of stores. Commercial city and its countryside.
In Homs, members of the Internal Trade and Consumer Protection Directorate organized, within five days, 130 supply controls, which included tampering with official lead seals for the counter, trafficking in subsidized materials and illegally disposing of them to a number of petrol stations, and violating an error in reading the electronic bars index in the city of Homs.
The seizure also involved possession and display of expired materials that are not suitable for human consumption and of unknown source, dealing with female Awassi meat slaughtered outside the licensed slaughterhouses, and trading in food bread by drying it and selling it as fodder to achieve illegal material profits and disposing of subsidized flour with the intention of achieving material profit and producing and packing catering bread with a deficient weight. And badly made.
In Hama, members of the Internal Trade and Consumer Protection Directorate seized a facility that used food flour, traffickers in food bread and relief materials, and a shortage of a mobile tanker and expired food items.
The officers also organized 37 rationing controls that included a number of bakeries and bread certifiers, with multiple violations, including the production of poorly made bread.
And seized a number of accredited people for the violation of refraining from selling the catering bread to citizens, tampering with the citizen's allowances through the electronic card, selling the ration bread bundles at an extra price, and not adhering to the conditions of transporting the bread material.
The violations also affected shops and commercial activities in the city and its countryside with violations of possession and use of food flour in the manufacture of biscuits and rivets, and the right of the owner of a mobile tanker, a shortage of kilograms and display of expired and unknown-source materials and a chicken shop for possession of weights not in conformity with specifications, dealing with meat slaughtered outside the municipal slaughterhouse, filling gasoline with donuts at one of the fuel stations and trading in materials Relief illegally, displaying meat and fish without a chilled front or ice, charging an extra price for a service fee, not announcing prices, and not granting regular invoices by wholesalers to retailers.
And in the countryside of Damascus, members of the Internal Trade and Consumer Protection Directorate seized a fuel station in Nashabiyeh and a diesel tank in Al-Baredah for violating the cheating in standards and stopping the sale with the presence of allocations and fuel vendors in Maadamiyat al-Qalamoun and Yabroud trading 675 liters of diesel and petrol, 3 gas cylinders, a pump and scales for filling, and a candy factory in Beit Sukhum has expired colorings and 100 kg lollipop residues intended for recycling.
Eight bakeries were also seized in Qatana, Sahnaya and Douma, and resolved with violations of bad bread making, selling at an extra price, selling bread by number and weight loss, and the dependents of bread in Harjalah and Adra Industrial City with violations of tampering with the quantities of bread delivered on the electronic card, in addition to organizing 71 adjustments that included various violations, including failure to present the purchase invoice and not. Advertise prices and produce infringing materials.