The Ecuadorian Jorge Cordero, who started a hunger strike over a month ago in protest due to an eviction from his home in the city of Oviedo, Spain, today received the visit of Spanish deputy Gaspar Llamazares, who called for a greater “sensitivity” with his case.
Cordero, who worked as a carrier, is being camping without food for 32 days outside Cajastur headquarters, entity in which he contracted the mortgage debt that he can not afford since 2008.
Llamazares, deputy of the United Left party (IU), met with Cordero and said that the ecuadorian seems to be in good health, but as of now, “the worst part begins”, so an urgent initiative is needed.
In that matter, Llamazares asked President of Cajastur, Manuel Menendez, to show some sensitivity to Cordero’s hunger strike and to the treatment of customers and citizens in general. MZ