It was announced this Thursday, June 8, by the Ninth Circuit Court located in Quintana Roo, according to which the suspension has the effect of preventing the application of the aforementioned mobility law, the company not being seen to be forced to submit. Authorization, permit and declaration of stability to be able to operate in Quintana Roo, as well as the payment of a monetary contribution to the state of up to 1.5 percent of the cost of each trip.
The suspension also establishes that the authorities should refrain from punishing the delivery men working for this platform, i.e. that the appeal and its implications only refer to the food and labor delivery service called uber eats,
This is only one judgment out of over 10 injunctions that the company has processed against the Mobility Act.
“At Uber Eats, we believe that improvement Mobility Law of the State of Quintana Roo There are elements that may hinder the creation of opportunities so that delivery partners registered in the application can continue to generate profits”, commented Nicolas Sanchez, Uber Eats Director of Public Affairs.
Among them, he cited the so-called Declaration of Stability and the requirements required for delivery partners to obtain registration with the authorities at a cost.
“We reiterate our commitment to Quintana Roo, and we stand ready to cooperate with authorities to find the best way to create economic opportunity for both delivery drivers and local businesses,” the manager said.