HAVANA, Cuba, August 27 (Leafar Pérez / www.cubanet.org) –An
undetermined number of managers and clerks in government stores and
businesses in the Cerro district of Havana were detained by police
following audits carried out between August 14 and 19.
Ramón de Jesús Pereda, who lives in the district, said the audits showed
merchandise missing in some stores while others had more than required.
He said those detained faced sanctions.
As well, he said authorities fined and ordered dismissed longshoremen,
inspectors and drivers responsible for goods taken to the stores.
Crackdown on stores in the capital - Cuba Dissidents - MiamiHerald.com
(27 August 2009)
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