The document was introduced to the Legislative Secretariat yesterday, Wednesday, September 18, with eight signatures of the assembly of Alianza Pais (AP): Carlos Viteri, Pamela Falconi, Holger Chavez, Liliana Guzman, Oscar Ledesma, Nancy Morocho, Marisol Penafiel and Alberto Zambrano. Those who did not sign were Pepe Acacho (PK), Cesar Solorzano and Arcadio Bustos (PSP), who prepared a minority report.
This document recommends declaring the national exploitation of the blocks 31 and 43, in an area of no more than one thousandth of the current area of the Park. However, this excludes from its declaration of national interest to the Intangible Zone Tagaeri – Taromenane where there is evidence of un-contacted people.
Therefore, the Commission suggested to the President to establish a comprehensive monitoring system in relation to the impact of mining activities that generate oil on people and the towns in voluntary isolation and the environment in the area.
Before this initiative Assemblyman Clever Jimenez (PK) indicated that he will present international demands presented once the operation is authorized, it said it discovered that the State committed ethnocide for already being operating first.