Attorney and State Ministers will apologize to Sarayaku people
The Sarayaku people is prepared to receive on October 1 the public apologies that the State must make according to the judgment issued by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (IACHR), based in Costa Rica, in June 2012.
The decision of the Court held that the State should recognize its responsibility at a public event and pay compensation for damages caused to that nationality for having authorized the entry of the General oil Company (CGC) in their territory without consent.
Read full article in the Ecuador Times.
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