PCN Deputy Reynaldo López Cardosa receives a communication from the Legislative Assembly. He also wants Congress to speak for itself. / Susana Penate.
Reinaldo López Caldosa, deputy member of the National Concerto Party (PCN), through the Youth and Sports Commission, represented the Alianza and FAS Sports Clubs, the Salvadorenha de Football Confederation (Fesfuto) and the Football Federation. requested the Legislative Assembly to convene the To the organizers of a football match that ended in tragedy on Saturday, May 20, due to a crowd at one of the entrances to the province of Cuscatlan, San Salvador.
The purpose of summoning them, he said, was to “provide a detailed written report” on the events of the day and to serve as “input” in building a “legal project” to ensure: It is said that Safety and the elimination of all forms of violence in sports facilities.
This should ensure the safety and eradication of any acts of violence within sports venues and consider the possible consequences of the above tragedy in the implementation of surfing competitions and other international events such as surfing competitions. It would serve as input for drafting legislation aimed at Central America and Caribbean Games”.
PCN Deputy Reynaldo Lopez Lopez.
According to the lieutenant, an ally of Officer Nuevas Ideas, the person mentioned needs to clarify five aspects.
- Measures normally employed to prevent acts of violence or intolerance.
- Manage the sale of alcoholic beverages.
- Conditions for access to stadium facilities.
- security controls and monitoring measures;
- the control mechanisms and management of ticket sales and “whether or not a participant legitimately purchased a ticket;
López Cardosa said: “We regret and deeply regret what happened and express our solidarity with the bereaved families. We are asking the competent authorities to promptly and thoroughly assess individual responsibility. I strongly urge you to conduct a thorough investigation,” he said.
Twelve Salvadorans died after a mob pushed through one of the Cuscatlan stadium entrance gates and appeared to surge.
of hindranceAccording to various versions, this statement was probably made by people in front of the Cuscatlan stadium access door who had already paid for their tickets and were unable to enter, despite the fact that a football match had already taken place. believed to have been provoked by Some versions mention possible overselling of tickets or counterfeit tickets.
Organizers have not explained how they coordinated with the National Civil Police (PNC) to ensure the necessary safety for visitors to Saturday’s sporting event, or what factors contributed to the failure. On Saturday, officials said the PNC and the Office of the Attorney General (FGR) would conduct an investigation. President Naib Bukre said “everyone” would be investigated.
according to 1st division competition base, Local clubs coordinate with national civilian police, local police, private security guards or self-governing bodies to ensure stadium security, while Professional Football Division 1 reports schedules to the Order Keeping Unit (UMO). Local clubs and the PNC will ‘coordinate’ ‘order and safety’ before, during and after matches.
These bases prohibit entry to those who cause trouble for the club while in a state of drunkenness or gunpowder. Violations are subject to fines and suspensions from the stadium by the Fesft Disciplinary Commission.
Part of the El Salvador Professional Football Division 1 competition base for the 2022-2023 season.
Source: Diario Elmundo