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Mayotte: The saleswomen of kebabs expelled of the Mamoudzou market




Mayotte: The saleswomen of kebabs expelled of the Mamoudzou market
The saleswomen of beef kebabs locally called "mamas-brochettis" no longer have the right to establish at the Mamoudzou market.

The municipality has decided to proceed to their deportation since last Monday, after years of dithering on the issue. Because since 2004 in confrontation with strict European directives, the "mamas-brochettis", and its culinary facilities are no more legally authorized.

These popular places continued to know a strong attendance of faithful clients despite it is located in an unsanitary area of market, which has a flow of wastewater nearby.

The Health services demand the closure, for many years, the activity of the "brochettis mamas" in such a context of food insecurity. The municipality of Mamoudzou has always turned a blind eye on a culinary practice entering the local heritage of the archipelago.

The bylaw prohibiting the selling of "mamas-brochettis" at Mamoudzou market was taken on 30 November, with a coming into force from Monday 21 January of the new legislation.



Assani Badrudin


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