Posted On 20 Jan 2015
César Rodríguez and Fernando Vega, former legislators and exiled of the regime, directed the meeting in the Andean University of Quito. They are part of the 20 former Assembly members who participated in the Constituent and who self convened to plan a strategy against the amendments.
This occurred the same day when the ruling party began to inform to the social sectors of Montecristi about the 16 changes to the Constitution.
Former Assembly members -Alberto Acosta, Monica Chuji, Gustavo Darquea- will make up a forum to confront the Government bythese amendments. According to them, the reforms are a way to “give more power to the power and affect the democratic principles of Montecristi,” they said.