Jairala said that in case of not reaching a “happy ending,” the other law procedures to establish limits will be applied.
The standard proposes ‘friendly’ formulas for the resolution of disputes and also a referendum.
Jairala and Carrasco said that it would be the last option.
Both signed a letter of intent with seven “commitments.” These are: The start of direct negotiations, and the formation of technical committees and a commonwealth.
Jairala added that this would be to prevent incidents like last Thursday´s in Abdón Calderón, where a group of Azuay wanted to deny the entering of Guayas Prefecture machinery.