Cynthia Viteri: with an Assembly such as the current we can not engage in dialogue, even less about equity
Cynthia Viteri, Assemblywoman of Madera de Guerrero, in an interview with Ecuavisa, expressed her total rejection to the latest resolutions of the National Assembly, particularly against those condemning the anti-government demonstrations in recent weeks, as she states that this measure, and other government policies are unfair and only recognize the rights of those who support the regime.
“What did the president said to Guayaquil in its festivities?, he came to give the city a bomb of taxes (inheritance and capital gains) and to sow hatred between Guayaquil citizens. He said that true Guayaquil citizens do not live in private islands or enclosed citadels, but as far as I remember they neither have homes in Belgium (like him), the real Guayaquil citizens work a lifetime to get a house paying high interest rates and now, through the new inheritance law, the government wants to take their properties away from them.”
She also referred to the judgment won by Rafael Correa against doctor Miguel Palacios, for $ 40,000, and whose opinion was given by judge Wilson Andino, brother of Assemblyman Mauro Andino. “That’s what has enraged people in the streets, that kind of abuse has made people lose fear and respect, and the fact that the president now directed his gaze to the Assembly trying to impose a gag law,” she said.