RPTV NEWS AGENCY team:
Journalist: Winston Viracacha
Camera and Edition: Robert Zambrano
BOGOTA COLOMBIA). Monday, February 7, 2022 (RPTV NEWS AGENCY). For 18 days no boat has entered the municipality of El Charco, Nariño, as a result of the mobilization carried out by more than 5,000 peasants who ask the Army to end the stigmatization and withdraw from their villages because they fear falling in the middle of the crossfire in a possible confrontation with the FARC dissidents.
The more than 5,000 peasants from 85 villages in the rural area of the municipality of El Charco on the Pacific coast of Nariño, embarking up the Tapaje River to look for the military and ask them to leave the region because they can no longer stand the abuses of some members of the Public Force.
“The day of protest will continue until the Army leaves our territory,” says one of the peasants.
For its part, the trade turns 18 with the doors closed, the few merchandise and food that were in the barns and stores were sold out. The mayor (e) of this Nariño population expressed his concern.
“It is a hunger problem because we have already been closed for more than 13 days.”
The peasants, indigenous and Afro-descendant population continue with the open door of dialogue and insist that the Government left them to their own fate. For now, the time and date of the meeting between the entities of the national, departmental and municipal order have not been said.
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