The dissatisfaction with credit requirements for ventures and the transfer process of household goods, vehicles and work equipment were complaints raised by several migrants in the framework of the Day of Dialogue for Social Justice and Equity, which took place yesterday in the Zonal Government, in northern Guayaquil.
The Foreign Ministry convened this sector to disseminate the Inheritance bill (which was withdrawn temporarily from the Assembly) and the Mobility bill.
Edwin Urquizo, 44, from Riobamba, who returned from Madrid, presented an entrepreneurial project whose cost is $ 20,000. “We came up with innovative ideas, and when we present them, they tell us us that if we need $ 20,000, we should have a $ 25,000 house, bank reserves of $ 2000, two guarantors, and I say to mayself: where isthe assistance?”
Gabriela Vallejo, spokeswoman of the Zonal 5 Foreign Ministry, said that yesterday´s dialogues were carried out to “be in contact with the situations and difficulties that arise,” in addition to make an analysis of the current rules and provide suggestions for improvement.