This Monday, in the state of Guárico, a control and inspection approach of businesses in the city of San Juan de los Morros was carried out, in order to comply with the guidelines of Plan 101 with respect to the regularization of prices of 27 items according to the Official Gazette.
This action was led by the Vice Minister of Monitoring, Evaluation and Control of the Price Formation Process, Douglas Jover, accompanied by the executive secretary of commerce and production of the llanera entity, Héctor Vásquez and the regional representative of the Ministry of National Commerce, Jesús Hernández .
The authorities detailed that in this first stage, Plan 101 will address 4 municipalities of Guárico, these being: Juan Germán Roscio Nieves, Francisco de Miranda, Pedro Zaraza and Leonardo Infante; since they are the ones with the highest commercial registration number in the state.
In this sense, the first trade dealt with in the Guarican capital corresponded to the Luxor Supermarket, where prices were verified together with the team of the National Superintendence for the Defense of Socioeconomic Rights (Sundde), where the registered overprice was verified in products such as tomato sauce, butter, prime meat and oil, among others.
"We are oriented towards the protection of our people, therefore we made some modifications regarding some prices that were above what was agreed upon and the respective changes were made immediately," argued ministerial representative Douglas Jover, noting that they hope to carry out this strict compliance in different locations and businesses.
For this, he indicated that coordination with the state economic team and mayors has already been carried out, determining the points where there is an increase in the price of products in a critical way, which affects the family economy.