The Urban Landscape Protection Commission (CPPU), an agency of the Municipal Urbanism and Licensing Secretariat (SMUL) of São Paulo, decided to remove the golden bull sculpture installed in front of the Stock Exchange, the B3, in the center of the capital.
For the collegiate, the sculpture has an advertising character and does not have urban license. The work is associated with one of the brands of its creator, Pablo Spyer, partner at XP Investimentos and owner of the financial education company “Vai Tourinho”. The information is from the Metrópoles portal.
The CPPU is composed of 16 members of the municipal administration, businessmen and representatives of civil society. There were five votes in favor of removal, one abstention and four votes against.
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The decision will be sent to the Subprefecture of Sé, responsible for applying the sanctions and also defining the amount of the fine. Removal must be immediate. The fine was imposed because the work is irregular and violates the Clean City Law.
After its inauguration, on November 16, the sculpture, which looks like a bull from Wall Street, in New York, was the target of protests against hunger and poverty. Protesters put up posters and held a barbecue with homeless people near the bull.
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