translated from Spanish: CDMX without Chapultepec Fair? Capital government looks at overturning concession

The head of government of Mexico City, Claudia Sheinbaum, reported that it is analyzed to revoke the concession of the Chapultepec Fair after the accident recorded in one of her mechanical games that left two people dead.
At a press conference, he said that an administrative review found breaches, mainly during the past year.
Read: Chapultepec Fair accident leaves two dead and at least two injured
If the concession was revoked, an international tender would be launched to continue the operation of the amusement centre.
It noted that lawyers from the Ministry of the Capital Environment were conducting a thorough analysis for possible revocation.
The Attorney General’s Office of Mexico City investigates a defect as the possible cause of the accident in the last of the train cars of the game known as “Quimera”, which included approximately 20 people.
At the amusement park in the Forest of Chapultepec colony, under mayor Miguel Hidalgo, two men aged 18 and 21 died, while two women aged 27 and 35 were injured.
The Attorney General’s Office opened a guilty homicide investigation folder after the accident.
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Original source in Spanish

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