One million square meters are awaiting construction permits in a country where 13 institutions have to be visited in order to collect a license.
For the Municipality of Guatemala to give out a building permit, the applicant must obtain approval from the Ministries of Environment, Culture and Sports, the General Property Registry, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation, the National Forestry Institute, the National Coordinator for Disaster Reduction, the Office for Territorial Control and the district capital departments of Works, Historic Center, Environment and Land and from the Empagua.
Indigenous communities have requested the festivities not be market and that labels placed in sacred places be withdrawn.
The National Indigenous Centre expressed its concern because with only two months to go before the Maya change of era, government authorities have not made contact with the inhabitants of the sacred areas, which could lead to them to preventing the official celebrations.
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