In Paraguay, the National Port Authority has reportedly announced that it intends to report the nation’s president to the public prosecutor over plans to use the land in order to build a new hotel and casino complex for the country’s second largest city of Ciudad Del Este.
According to a report from G3 Newswire, port regulators want to put Horacio Cartes of the center-right Colorado party along with Ciudad Del Este mayor Sandra McLeod De Zacarias and other public officials on trial for seizing power over land for proposed hotel and casino developments.
In order to help attract players from the neighboring Brazilian city of Foz Do Iguacu, a planned casino complex is rumored to be within the current local http://22.214.171.124/ headquarters of the National Harbor Authority at the head of the border Bridge of Friendship. The just over 27-acre site is a plus as it has a hotel with 200 to 300 rooms along with a swimming pool as well as shops and other entertainment facilities.
G3 Newswire reports that any aspiring casino operator will be required to invest at least $ 50 million in development in exchange for a 20-year gambling license while many companies from as far away as the United States including the likes of Hard Rock Cafe International Incorporated are said to be interested.
Although Cartes early sanctioned the casino tender process earlier this month, the National Ports Authority has rejected presidential decrees 6131 and 6865 on allegations that this violates the Ports Act 1066, which prohibits regulators’ use of land for any purpose incompatible with its primary purpose. The group also claims that land concessions were carried out without consent and that the construction of gambling facilities would destroy the historical and cultural heritage of Ciudad Del Este.
Nasional Ports Authority dilaporkan apalagi ingin jaksa penuntut umum untuk menyelidiki Gustavo Leite, Industri Dan Menteri Perdagangan untuk Paraguay, serta Presiden Komisi Gaming Nasional, Javier Balbuena, atas berbagai korupsi, penyalahgunaan jabatan, pelanggaran kepercayaan dan dokumen palsu klaim.
“Horacio Cartes, Sandra McLeod De Zacarias, Gustavo Leite, Javier Balbuena and his henchmen will be reported to the public service for the struggle for public authority for the Of Ports directory and for producing documents with false ideological content,” read a statement from Nicolas Russo, a lawyer working on behalf of the National Port Authority. “We also anticipate that we will sue the president’s political judgment for the poor performance of his duties apart from committing a criminal offense against the inheritance of the people of Paraguay.”