Lawsuits against Santa Lucia airport continue; There is no green light to build

The Amparo trials continue and will continue to be litigated until all the files are definitively concluded, #NoMasDerroches said.

According to the #NoMasDerroches collective, the Amparo lawsuits against Santa Lucia continue and will continue to be litigated until all the files are definitively concluded.

“As expected, today the last of the final suspensions that the #NoMasDerroches collective had obtained against the construction of the Santa Lucia International Airport (AISL) was revoked,” said a statement.

Although the Supreme Court of Justice was requested to attract resources, in the office of the Presidency of the High Court, so far it has not processed the respective writings, says the collective.

“Although there are no judicial orders that prohibit the Federal Government from starting the works, the Amparo trials continue and will continue to be litigated until all the files are definitively concluded,” #NoMasDerroches said.

In addition, important legal restrictions remain before construction of the AISL can begin, including:

  • Article 10 of the Airports Law indicates that only mercantile companies with respective concession titles can build airports with civil operations. SEDENA obviously does not meet this requirement.
  • There has been no cost-benefit analysis in terms of article 34 of the Federal Law on Budget and Fiscal Responsibility.
  • There is no duly dictated and certified Executive Project of the AISL.- There is no Master Plan in terms of the contract concluded with the French company ADP Ingénierie.
  • The company NAVBLUE SAS has not delivered the airworthiness and orography studies for which it was hired by the Federal Government.
  • There is no information regarding compliance with the conditions imposed by SEMARNAT on the Environmental Impact Authorization.
  • Studies of archaeological prospecting or social impact have not been released.
  • Nor has the indigenous consultation been made to the communities and native peoples of the area, as they have been claiming again and again.

“In sum, despite the fact that an“ inaugural ”event is scheduled for tomorrow in Santa Lucia, if construction begins without complying with all the legal requirements to build an international airport, irregularities will be incurred which, in addition if it implies an unjustified waste of public resources, it could put at risk the life and integrity of both those who eventually pass through the airport and the communities that live in the surrounding areas, ”the statement said.

Source: forbes mx, reportur

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