Ecuador Considers Natives' Proposals On Water Law Unconstitutional
May 12, 2010 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Inside Costa Rica
Ecuador Considers Natives' Proposals On Water Law Unconstitutional QUITO - Ecuador's government said Tuesday that the proposals from the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador regarding the Water Resources Law are unconstitutional.
Since: Jan 10
"According to Soliz, the Central Water Authority (AUA) should be in charge of the water resources because Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa is the one in charge of defining and directing the public policies.
Another proposal regarded as unconstitutional is the creation of a budget preallotment called "Water Fund."
NOTE: President Raffy Correa is the one in charge! So much for helping the indiginous peoples of his country!
But it is more than okay for him to take over the privately held electric company in Guayaquil, but not the corrupt water company? And to hell with his own native peoples?
Wake up people!
This is IMPORTANT: www.bluegold-worldwaterwars.com
Ecuador, be very very careful about subcontracting out control of your water. The water belongs to la gente and not to the government or to some outside contractors.
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