Salvar La Tejita expresses its outrage at what happened on August 3. He understands that “sympathizers” of the association “were dismissed by agents of the State security forces when they defended the integrity of the maritime-terrestrial public domain.” The group affirms that “the companions received threats of arrest” because they made it difficult to replace the fence next to the promenade and that it limits the property of the hotel promoter. “The pretext” adduced by the security officers was that such action was authorized by the Subdelegation.
The response offered by this administration to a letter presented by the association reflects that “this Subdelegation of the Government lacks direct or proper administrative management powers in urban planning or protection of the coastline, so it has not initiated any administrative file in this regard or , therefore, it has agreed or been able to agree on any administrative act on the issue raised in its writing.
In addition to recalling that there is videographic evidence of the intervention of the bodies and security forces that day, Salvar La Tejita reports that the civil guards “have been denounced through criminal proceedings.” For the environmental association, its intervention “supposes not only a necessary cooperation with the company denounced in the attack on natural resources and the environment, but also a possible administrative prevarication by omission and an attack on the fundamental rights of freedom of movement and assembly. of the persons recognized in our Constitution.