University sports runs the risk of not being able to compete in their League 1 matches as a local in the Monumental stadium due to a request from the municipality of La Molina, which through a letter from its mayor Álvaro Paz de la Barra, requests the National Office of Interior Government (Onagi) “not to grant permission for the holding of sports events” in that enclosure.
According to the statement, “the presence and free movement of bad barristers” have caused disturbances in the district, undermining the patrimony of the neighbors in the form of “painting on walls, broken windows, forced doors, robberies and thefts of pedestrians and cars”.
For this reason, the municipality of La Molina indicated that until an executive table and an efficient and effective action plan are installed, ONAGI should not grant the corresponding permission for sporting events to be held at the Estadio crema.
Moreover, they announced in the letter that they will file an application for amparo with the judiciary, in order to obtain a precautionary measure ordering the public body “not to grant permission for these purposes”.
If we do not comply with our legitimate request for the temporary cessation of sporting events, we inform you that we will prohibit the movement of bars along Javier Prado avenues, along Melgarejo Avenue, along Industrial separator Avenue (side of the Molina), along Huarochiri Avenue (side of the Molina)
They added, too, that this also implies “the Prohibition of the movement of barristers who arrive at the stadium in contracted buses. As well as the ban on the movement of barristers through our local roads and the ban on bar concentrations in our public green areas.