Assemblywoman kerlly Torres, who was part of the delegation of 15 Assembly members who traveled to the hydroelectric plant Coca Codo Sinclair to verify the working conditions, said that the project managers have the will to polish some problems.
Torres said that there is a commitment to review all the issues that affect workers.
For what she said, they have asked Coca Codo Sinclair and Sinohydro to submit information regarding the types of contracts that have been used with workers and payrolls to the Ecuadorian Institute of Social Security, subjects denounced.
The Committee on the Rights of Workers and the Amazon Parliamentary Group made a report to put into consideration of the plenary of the National Assembly.
Furthermore, she said that the Commission on Worker Rights will constantly monitor this case.