São Paulo City Hall must cancel outdoor events planned for the Black Awareness Day holiday, due to forecast gales of up to 100 km/h.
The indication was given by Mayor Ricardo Nunes (MDB) in a meeting this Friday afternoon (17) at Palácio dos Bandeirantes, in which Governor Tarcísio de Freitas (Republicans) also participated, as well as other municipal managers, representatives of government agencies, Civil Defense and operators operating in the state, including Enel.
Nunes stated at the meeting that there are 55 events of this type scheduled in the city from Saturday (18) until Monday (20). The fear is of another day of chaos, with falling trees and blackouts.
Tarcísio government representatives plan to make a recommendation to cancel events for the entire state.
Nunes also held Enel responsible for the blackouts in recent days, and stated that he would not accept evasive answers. This Thursday (16), he asked to cancel the contract with the dealership.
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