The Mayor of Recoleta, Daniel Yadju, opened the first "popular bookstore" in the municipality on Monday. Just like other initiatives with this name, the local company is trying to sell products at reduced prices.
"We sell at a price, we take over the operating costs, which allows us to transfer only the price of books that cost us, which allows us to get between 40% and 70% of the average value found on the same book on the established market," said I'm eating in an interview with CNN Chile.
One of the authors who were enthusiastic about the idea of a communist mayor was Alberto Plaza, who launched the book "Claro que no da lo mismo" in November last year.
"Mr. Mayor @danieljadue tell me who to call to make my book available to your community in the popular library, "Twitter said.
Mr. Mayor @danieljadue tell me whom to call to make my book available to your community in the popular library.
– Alberto Plaza (@ Albertoplaza) January 30, 2019
Jadue quickly replied: "Send your distributor to our bookstore"
Send the distributor to our library
– Daniel Yadju (@danieljadue) January 30, 2019