2017. október 12. csütörtök, Miksa

West Balkan NightClub Closed For Good

2011. január 27.  

Latest news: info on the West Balkan website indicates the club has closed for good. If the club continued it could “hurt the mourning of parents, friends, family members and all well-wishing people,” the club website announced.

“The Sixth District notary Csilla Sajtos had made an official note to close West Balkan after carrying out an onsite audit, but never followed it up, it emerged as the night spot was provisionally closed for 90 days.

Meanwhile Budapest Police detained another, sixth suspect, J. Cs., who was one of the organisers of Noise Night Life and launched proceedings against him on suspicion of forgery of documents and endangering lives at work, leading to several deaths.

Recently three females died in a stampede at the disco on Nyugati ter. Five people were originally arrested in connection with the tragedy, but all have since been released.

Government commissioner Imre Pesti said Wednesday that the Budapest Government Office had been aware that the night spot was operating for longer hours than agreed in its original registration.

Company West Balkan had sidestepped a government decree on the terms and conditions of commercial activities, he explained.

The office ordered the local authority to hand down and enforce a ruling within a day. An appeal can be lodged against the ruling within 15 days.

The office is also initiating the tightening of legal regulations.

Another night spot, Corvinteto, in Budapest’s Eighth District, was closed on Tuesday and will reopen next Tuesday. Sixth District bars Instant and Kuplung have also followed suit.

(via: xpatloop.com)