Indigenous leader in Guatemala calls for Plurinational State, citing Peru and Bolivia

In a conference organized by the Committee for Peasant Development (CODECA),Mam Thelma Cabreca emphasized that it is time for Guatemala to hold a National Constituent Assembly.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Ex-presidential candidate Mam Thelma Cabrera urged Guatemalans on Wednesday to promote the foundation of a Plurinational State, which contemplates and is governed by indigenous peoples as a solution to the political crisis affecting the Central American country.

In a conference organized by the Committee for Peasant Development (CODECA), the movement of which Cabrera has been a member since its foundation in 1992, she emphasized that it is time for Guatemala to hold a National Constituent Assembly that will lead to the creation of a different State that will not serve the "creole" interests that "promote . . .

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