The Buenos Aires Government has ratified its position Martin Okampo, the security minister in charge of the operation failed and allowed serious assaults on the bus that moved the Boca Juniors team to the monumental stadium to challenge the Liberty Cup Superfly against River Plate.
"We did an important operation, there were many members of the City and federal forces, there were three operational rings, but something did not work well. The Minister (Okampo) is responsible and we are investigating everything that happened on Saturday"assured the deputy head of the government of Buenos Aires, Diego Satili, in the statements of La Red Radio.
The official also returned to link incidents with a bar brave by the river and a police raid that was carried out last Friday, which removed the parallel circuit for selling the entrances. "We are working, we see all the videos, the pictures, we want to see the participation of the bars, who they are and why people have reached that point," said Santili in the statements for Radio Miter.
"We will take the measures nowadays and we will continue to thoroughly arrest the responsible ones, and the Minister of Security must inform us who exactly is in charge of the operation," he explained.
Yesterday, the mayor of Buenos Aires, Horacio Rodríguez Larreta, announced an order to carry out an internal summary within the Ministry of Security to determine the responsibilities of the failed operation. "The responsibility of the operation is the police of the city where the federal forces cooperate, in the case of the G20 it will be the other way round, but in this case it is so," he said at a press conference.
The owner of Buenos Aires CEO spoke after confirming the suspension of the game by the president of Connemel, Alejandro Dominguez. "There is something that is very difficult to fight, which is folly of man, when we see those images of a mother who let rockets on a girl who will be five or six years old, or when we see people who just throw rocks, they show that human stupidity that is very much about football has many borders. "