The lawyer for the Easton family, affected by the takeover of the Santa Rosa farm in Quillota, described the meeting he had with the Valparaíso Regional Prosecutor's Office as unfortunate. He accused that they are unaware of the subject, which they should investigate. For its part, the agency does not respond to the requirements of Radio Bío Bío.
Without further progress, the takeover of Fundo Santa Rosa continues in the Quillota commune, according to the Easton family spokesperson, after meeting with the Valparaíso Regional Prosecutor's Office.
The defense of those affected accused that the Public Ministry -which has not responded to the requests of Radio Bío Bío- does not have a detailed investigation to address the cause.
The seizure and The illegal subdivision of 20 hectares of the Fundo Santa Rosa in the Colmo sector, Quillota commune, continues despite all the legal proceedings carried out by the affected Easton family, a land that since May of this year has been gradually inhabited by more people.
“Unfortunately, we met with a prosecutor who is unaware of the case”
The lawyer for the Easton family, Gerardo Inserrato, expressed his disappointment after having met with the regional prosecutor of Valparaíso to discuss this problem.
“Unfortunate (…) We meet a regional prosecutor who is unaware of the case. It is the Prosecutor's Office, that is, those in charge of investigating & # 8221; , she criticized.
Despite this, Claudio Easton< /strong>, spokesman for the affected family, expressed hope after the willingness expressed by the Prosecutor's Office to solve and reintegrate the property.
Response from the Provincial Presidential Delegation of the commune
It is worth mentioning that, at the moment, there are 120 families living on the property without authorization from the owners, the same families that have built houses, roads, pavement and even installed electrical networks.
Faced with this, José Raúl Orrego, Provincial Presidential Delegate of Quillota, affirmed his willingness to solve correctly the earthly conflict.
Let us remember that there is a complaint filed before the Court of Local guarantee for the crime of usurpation, which seeks to be extended to the crime of irregular subdivision. The foregoing entails harsher penalties based on the General Law of Urban Planning and Construction.
In addition, La Radio has unsuccessfully tried to contact the Valparaíso Regional Prosecutor's Office to find out background information on this case.