September 20, 2020

Ecuadorian Police violently evicts indigenous people who occupied Parliament

The Police violently evicted an area of ​​the National Assembly of Ecuador (Parliament) that had been peacefully accessed by indigenous protesters on the ninth day of protests against the Government's economic measures.

The security forces used an intense charge against the concentrates that had previously occupied part of the landing of the main facade of the legislative headquarters, without discriminating between the people who were in the place.

Efe noted the presence of volunteers from the Central University, women and children, at the time of the tear gas fires, after the leaders of the indigenous movement celebrated their "symbolic takeover" of an area of ​​Parliament.

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