Dillon Martínez criticizes Alfonso Prada on approval of Ministry of Equality – Government – Politics

This Wednesday, during the presentation of the Ministry of Equality, Istmina, Chocó, community leader Dillon Martinez, a representative of the Civic Committee for the Salvation and Dignity of Soko, attacked Interior Minister Alfonso Prada.

The event was attended by local and national officials such as Vice President Francia Marquez and Minister Prada, who were conspicuously absent when the president spoke.

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According to the host of the event, one of the flagship programs of the Pedro government is for the community leader to speak about the importance of the Ministry of Equality to the community.

But Martinez went further and criticized the interior minister: “With such friends, why enemies,” asked one of the leaders of the Soko Civil Strike in 2016 and 2017.

Dilon Martinez, Soco’s Community Leader.

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Taken from Dillon Martinez’s Facebook

He began his intervention by recalling how they sang their anthem in the streets of the department’s cities and the sound of “people respecting it.”

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“With the sound of our drums, we won an agreement that opened the doors to the dignity of the inhabitants of this region, but unfortunately, because the pettiness of those who led the Colombian government prevented us, they were more frustrated than satisfied. The agreements will be fully implemented,” he said.

was added The contracts are now deposited with the Ministry of Interior headed by Prada.

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“We considered him our friend, but with such friends, why enemies? Mr. Alfonso Prada does not have the nobility to convene a monitoring table of contracts, not even a national mandate establishing procedures for the evaluation of these contracts. ,” the president added.

For this reason, he demanded “respect for our victories”. He recalled how they worked to bring Pedro to power.

He asked the state to compile follow-up schedules to reflect commitments in the National Development Plan.

Matthew Garcia
Political writing

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