Today in the Twenty-sixth Session of the Human Rights Council, the Chevron case and its impact on the Ecuadorian Amazon will be submitted. The meeting will be held in Geneva and will finish on June 27.
Pablo Fajardo, a lawyer for more than 30,000 complainants, and Oscar Herrera, affected by the U.S. transnational are already in Geneva, Switzerland, to bring the case at the meeting.
Chevron case will be exposed as a proposed model for legal instruments driven by different states for companies not to evade their responsibilities on issues of human rights violation.
Fajardo and Herrera will be in France, Holland and Italy stating the case in different institutions.