“We cannot allow a place that puts the lives of its attendees at risk to continue operating,” Vodanovic said after filing a protection appeal to prevent a new party at the Espacio Don Oscar, in which the national singer, Pailita, would participate.< /p>
The mayor of Maipú, Tomás Vodanovic, filed a protection appeal in order to prevent a new party at the controversial nightclub, Don Óscar1, the scene of several acts of violence this year that have left at least two
This is an event that would feature the Chilean singer Pailita and would take place on December 2, despite the sanctions imposed by the authorities regarding the homicides on the premises.
The action of the municipality is based mainly on the risks to the safety of the residents that the celebration of said festival means.
“Despite having been the scene of shootings and homicides, not having an alcohol license and having seen part of his property closed for being a danger to Maipú, Don Oscar seeks legal loopholes and insists on continuing to put our neighbors at risk“, said Mayor Vodanovic.
“We are going to continue taking all paths possible for this place to stop working”, he added.
The appeal is the latest action by the municipality against the Don Óscar space, scene of murders in September and April of this year, as well as another death of high public notoriety in 2016.
Closed last April
Last April, Vodanovic's management together with the Presidential Delegation and Carabineros They closed down one of the buildings located in the compound, after the penultimate murder. In this context, the mayor received death threats in reaction to his position.
In addition, at the end of 2021, the Municipal Council unanimously rejected the patent for alcohols from said event center. In any case, Don Óscar has continued selling alcoholic beverages.