The hoteliers accuse Palma town hall and the Council of Mallorca of inaction in responding to reports of illegal activities.
Street sellers, tourist supermarkets and the 'latero' sellers of alcohol.
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The street sellers take advantage of the tourism of excesses law.
Businesspeople and residents agree that the illegal sale of alcohol is one of the biggest problems.
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Pepe Tirado of Acotur says that there can only be a change to the tourism model if order is imposed.
The town hall is still waiting for Costas Authority authorisation for beach bars this summer.
1,421 items were seized during the operation.
An illegal seller had claimed the beach in Arenal was his and demanded money from another seller.
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Palma town hall's much anticipated new public order bylaw is due to come into effect next month.
The market value of the counterfeit goods is put at around two million euros.
Illegal selling is a matter for town halls and the national government delegation.
Aurora Jhardi has been advised to "keep her personal views to herself".
The content of Palma's revised public order bylaw has been agreed; it will now go to a full council meeting.
The artisans claim that the illegal sellers have a "verbal agreement" from the town hall.
Illegal selling, massage, PR touts, drugs, having sex in public ... .
Residents and businesses in Playa de Palma want their own authority, and drunken tourism on Sunday night demonstrates why they want improved policing.
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