Dialogue begins in Ecuador between the Government and the indigenous people amid claims

At the opening of the meeting this Wednesday, Leonidas Iza, president of the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities, said that "the disqualifications of the President of the Republic" put the path that has been started at risk.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The dialogue between the Government of Ecuador and the indigenous people to address the unsatisfied demands that led to 18 days of protests last June began this Wednesday with the claim for the recent statements by the president, Guillermo Lasso, on the financing of the demonstrations.

Several ministers and indigenous representatives began the dialogue by dealing with issues related to the targeting of fuel subsidies and the moratorium on debts, contemplated in the framework of the "Peace Agreement", which put an end to the June protests.

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