Era in vigore da una settimana in sei province

 

epa10034017 Hundreds of people participate in the Women’s March, in support of the national strike called by the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador, on the thirteenth day of the anti-government demonstrations, in Quito, Ecuador, 25 June 2022. The protests are taking place based on a list of ten demands of the indigenous movement, among them that fuel prices be reduced and frozen, that the prices of basic necessities be controlled, that state companies not be privatized and that oil and mining activity in the Amazon is expanded. EPA/Jose Jacome

 

Il presidente dell’Ecuador Guillermo Lasso ha revocato lo stato di emergenza in relazione alle proteste degli indigeni, che negli ultimi giorni hanno provocato cinque morti e oltre 200 feriti.

Il Governo è al lavoro per avviare un dialogo con i manifestanti.

Lo stato di emergenza era in vigore da una settimana in sei province – Chimborazo, Tungurahua, Cotopaxi, Pichincha, Pastaza e Imbabura – particolarmente coinvolte dalle proteste contro i prezzi elevati. 

 

epa10034016 Hundreds of people participate in the Women’s March, in support of the national strike called by the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador, on the thirteenth day of the anti-government demonstrations, in Quito, Ecuador, 25 June 2022. The protests are taking place based on a list of ten demands of the indigenous movement, among them that fuel prices be reduced and frozen, that the prices of basic necessities be controlled, that state companies not be privatized and that oil and mining activity in the Amazon is expanded. EPA/Jose Jacome

 

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