Court grants provisional suspension to section 5 south of the Mayan Train

Court grants provisional suspension to section 5 south of the Mayan Train

The Collegiate Court considered Fonatur’s complaint unfounded after the resolution of a Yucatan judge who stopped the works on section 5 last April.

The judicial resolution has the effect that “any act that has as its purpose the continuation of the construction of Section Five South of the Mayan Train is suspended or paralyzed, so that the execution of works related to its construction, infrastructure, removal or destruction of the biodiversity of the land or any other activity that implies its execution”.

This Friday, the hearing was held in which Judge Adrián Novelo participated, who granted the original suspension on April 19 for the section between Playa del Carmen and Tulum.

“That any act that has as its purpose the continuation of the construction of section five of the southern sector of the Mayan Train Project – with a line from Playa del Carmen to Tulum, Quintana Roo – be suspended or paralyzed, so that the execution of works is not allowed. related to its construction, infrastructure, removal or destruction of the biodiversity of the land or any other activity that implies its material execution”, reads the agreement released by the civil association Defending the Right to a Healthy Environment (DMAS) at that time. .

The MIA is an obligation established in the General Law of Ecological Balance and Environmental Protection and until now the federal government lacks it.

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