Who did everything and who did nothing (Part II)

The Nam Van Lakes development project created a huge underground tunnel to drain away dirty water and rainwater, lift stations, new streets, four new lanes next to Praia Grande (in some cases, six lanes), two new parking silos, plus 12 new private silos for the twelve buildings of Zone A (of Praia Grande), two large […]

The Nam Van Lakes development project created a huge underground tunnel to drain away dirty water and rainwater, lift stations, new streets, four new lanes next to Praia Grande (in some cases, six lanes), two new parking silos, plus 12 new private silos for the twelve buildings of Zone A (of Praia Grande), two large lakes with aerators all over, several ecological islands in the middle of the lakes, a dam carefully made so that the old bridge did not fall over when pushed by the mud, several dykes along the lakes, connections to the inner harbor and NAPE, a modern plaza in front of the tower, with a lower passage, keeping all the old trees even with a car park below and the historical wall, surrounded by several green zones between roads.
Fifteen plots of land, which later became 17, were given to the government so that it could make use of them. Everything reclaimed and built where there was previously only water and lots of sh*t!
In 2002, the government asked for four more plots so that the liberalization of the gaming industry could move forward.
In exchange, it promised to deliver, in zones C / D, the same gross area of land!
But as this meant that the plan of the zone necessarily had to be changed, the government decided to suspend the plan.
Meanwhile, one secretary falls and another enters.
And no new plans showed any signs of appearing!
To complicate matters, the question of the preservation of World Heritage arises! Several proposals were then advanced by investors, but neither did they see the light of day, nor was any alternative advanced or suggested by the government!
Conclusion: 14 years pass in this endless wait, the concession expires and the government swallows up 13 plots of the concessionaire and does not deliver the four that it requested in 2002!
Those who invested in and created all the infrastructure where nothing existed – two huge lakes, Zone A (with twelve plots of land), Zone B (with twelve plots of land all delivered to the government), Zone C / D (at the center of this controversy), with 22 plots, of which nine were for the government and 13 for the concessionaire, and Zone E (with parking plots, all delivered to the government) – are now astonished by a decision, without any alternatives, from the government!
Conclusion: the government swallowed, without putting up a single pataca, 34 plots of land leaving the concessionaire with just 12!
But who is the bad guy in all this?

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