Randazzo announces creation of table of dialogue with Qom community
After meeting with members of the Qom indigenous community for over six hours, Interior Minister Florencio Randazzo announced the creation of a table of dialogue, scheduled to begin next Monday, in order to find a viable solution to the conflict involving land property in the Formosa province, that prompted them to set up camp on the 9 de Julio Av. last week.
Randazzo stated that they had signed an agreement stating that the table of dialogue would convene every fifteen days. He also said that community leader Félix Díaz would explain the agreement to the other members of his community, and “hopefully” they will be ending their protest on the corner of 9 de Julio and 1ro de Mayo avenues.
Also present in the meeting in the Government House, along with the community leader Felix Díaz, were the head of the INADI anti-discrimination agency, Claudio Morgado, Nobel Peace Prize winner Adolfo Pérez Esquivel and Social Development officials, sources confirmed.
The “La Primavera” indigenous community set up camp over the 9 de Julio Av., right in the middle of downtown Buenos Aires, in hopes that the National Government would hear their demands.