the Peruvian Football Association (FPF) he pronounced himself at the death of the PNP commander Edwin Jiménez Navarro and announced powerful sanctions for those involved, within his football field.
And is that the policeman had to be hospitalized because of the injury he sustained during the guarding of the stands at the National Stadium, during the classic between University and Alliance Lima, on 11 August. His death is still being investigated by the National Police.
"We will apply strong sanctions to all those involved in the football environment," said the federation, regretting the death of the policeman on behalf of the Canine Unit. In that sense he undertook to help the authorities' investigation.
On the other hand, it has also announced a series of measures that fall within the scope. In this way he indicated that he has communicated with the professional clubs so that they can provide the registration of bars within 30 days.
"Violence has no place in football and the FPF, as rector of Peruvian football, will not allow it to continue," the statement said. To date, the reason for the death of the policeman is unknown. On the other hand, some photos show that Jiménez Navarro wanted to keep control over the bar when he was attacked. The authorities also evaluate possible negligence in the police hospital.