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Ley Seca - Peruvian "dry law"

The Ley Seca, which literally translated means “dry law”, is a temporary alcohol prohibition imposed during election time in Peru.

Synonyms - Ley Seca, Dry Law
Libro de Reclamaciones

The Libro de Reclamaciones (Complaints Book), in Peru also known as Libro de Reclamo, is a useful tool for protecting consumer rights. It allows costumers to file a complaint against any in Peru operating company, institution or service provider – private or public – in case any kind of problem with an acquired product or service arises and no other solution with the provider can be found.

Synonyms - reclamo

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