Jul 14, 2022
In مقدمات فلسفية
Has predominated. I want to say that Phone Number List neither the most "class" or the most "ethnic" leaders had a common position (for or against) against Correa. Just an example. Carlos , a renowned Amazonian indigenous intellectual, a native of , imbued with a strong ethnic discourse, became a militant of . The community of his Phone Number List origin enjoys worldwide fame for its radical opposition to oil exploitation in his territory since the 1980s. , however, was the parliamentarian in Phone Number List charge of making the report that made oil exploitation in viable in 2013. There is, therefore, no evidence that the Phone Number List social or generational changes or the conflict with Correa are due to an accentuation of the "" character of the movement. Ethnic and class trends continue to coexist and mutate within it. The popular uprising of October 2019 , for example , had an essentially economic Phone Number List agenda and the leadership of Leonidas , a leader from the province of Cotopaxi, known for the "classist" emphasis of your schedule. The outline of the economic program that, under the leadership of , was developed in the months after that uprising, takes up all the issues of a redistributive agenda. Pérez was the most visible leader of the Phone Number List internal tendencies that were most radically opposed to the Correa government. The reason is quite simple. Leader of Phone Number List the rural organization of an area of the southern Sierra with a relatively recent process of miscegenation (two generations), the threat of a mining concession in his Phone Number List territory brought him closer to , which had a long history of opposition to extractive activities, especially in the Amazon. Pérez became president of the mountain branch of , the , the largest indigenous organization in the Phone Number List country. Later, as prefect-elect, he fought for a popular referendum that would ban all large-scale metal mining in the.