This morning in the giant sector giant Mount Sinai, located northwest of Guayaquil, a small army of police and military officers were responsible for dealing with the drama, helplessness and suffering of poor families who lived in the sector, and who also complained that they are victims of deception and would have purchased their homes to $ 2,000.
Members of justice had to contain the anger of the people who wanted to invade the Thalia cooperative, where heavy machinery, guarded by more agents, were destroying their heritage of wood and cement and reduced to rubble in a matter of minutes, while their belongings were located in the middle of the street.
Such is the case of Nadia Chila, who amidst the chaos managed to rescue her belongings, but says she can only place a tent in the property that she believes is still hers, because she has nowhere to go.
Manuel Penafiel, humble mason and inhabitant of the sector, said: “I have to go to to the Trinitaria Island, where my mom lives” and lamented the sad Mother’s Day he was going to have along with his family, as well as other women in the industry, women with six or more children, who feel now abandoned by President Rafael Correa, who according to them, promised support during the campaigns. “You have a house and we do not,” sobbed Alexandra Burbano, who hoped desperately that her house is not in the list of evictions.