For today it was planned protests against the Kevelaveco project due to alleged violations of the 26 agreements signed on the Dialogue Table, however, it appears that differences within the organizations calling for mobilization have caused the city to neither abide by the strike nor be affected by the mobilizations.
The prefect of Moggua, Mariano Velesquez, pointed this out The protests called for by the defense fronts had no effect in the city, only in the city center of Tumilacha, which is on its way to Cuenca.
"There was an interruption on the road leading to Cuenca, which affected the passing of the trucks, but no longer returned to normal with police intervention." marked.
In general, Mariano Velasquez believes that the balance ofThe demonstration did not affect Moguqua or the normal trade and services in the city.
– Clashes between the fronts
On the other hand, he commented that the presence of the Anti-Corruption Front and the development of the Mokegua led by Jessis Paredes, which are at the forefront of the Oscar Zevalos front call, would have been a factor in disregarding indefinite unemployment.
“The front of civil society is leading Oscar Zeevalos calls it an indefinite strike, but he is not against the mine, but his arguments are in breach of 26 agreements established"He said.
For his part, he commented that the Anti-Corruption Front, if there is action against the mining company, so that civil society leaders decided not to adhere to the strike entirely.
"These differences have divided them," remarked.
On the other hand, Mariano Velasquez said there are some organizations such as Sutep that could join the demonstration in the next few days.