RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The president of Ecuador, Guillermo Lasso, signed this Friday (20) a law that paves the way to the re-establishment of the Amawtay Wasi Indigenous University, a higher education initiative closed in 2013, which will promote interculturalism in the country.
The president signed the Reformatory Law to the Law of Creation of the Amawtay Wasi University, providing for "the institutionalization of the campus," reported the General Secretariat of Communication of the Presidency.
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