The Consulate General of Argentina in Rio de Janeiro, Ana Emilia Sarrabayrousesent to the authorities of Mouth and the security forces of the Argentina recommendations to be disseminated among fans of the “Xeneize” team who will play the final of the Libertadores Cup in the stadium Maracana.
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According to the instructions, which Télam accessed, first of all it is recommended avoid actions that may constitute racismbecause it is a hate crime that cannot be released from prisonfor which fans of Boca Juniors and of San Lorenzo de Almagro.
“The racist and xenophobic songs and gestures constitute a Serious felony that entails sentences of up to five years in prison and is not releaseable“says the text released by the consulate.
It is also recommended “avoid any type of provocation to the Brazilian people”alert that “drug consumption is seriously punished in Brazil”asks to “use only tickets obtained through official channels“and travel” with traveler insurance wide coverage that provides legal assistance“.
The Embassador Daniel Scioli was informed about the police security operation of the state of Rio de Janeiro for the final and previous days. Furthermore, the mayor of River, Eduardo Paesdecreed the “Dry Law” and prohibited the sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages in the surroundings of Maracana for him Saturday, November 4.
According to the decree, the prohibition period will begin at 0 on Saturday the 4thmatch day, will be extended until 6 on Sunday the 5thand will affect the main squares, streets and avenues in the surroundings of the stadium known as “The Temple of Football”property of State government of Rio de Janeiro.
Mayor Paes considered before the press the “municipal competence to maintain urban orderThrough the exercise of the power of the Policein compliance with the public interest to maintain safety in sportwhich is also a fundamental right of the fan” .
For him Friday the 3rda planned flag summoned by the group of fans called Boca Juniors Consulate in Rio de Janeiroon the beach Copacabana.
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