The village Indians Maracana does not agree with the State Department

12/03 to 9:52 pm-Updated on 12/03 at 10:21 pm

The village Indians Maracana does not agree with the State Department

This Wednesday (13), will be voted to overturn the village project

Jornal do Brazil  Luciano Padu

The natives of the village Maracanã and representatives of the Secretariat of State for Social assistance and Human Rights have not reached an agreement on Tuesday (12) over the Division of the building of the former Museum of Indian, in the Maracanã Stadium, between the natives and the Olympic Committee Museum Brazil announced by the Government. A meeting had occurred on last Thursday (7), there was no consensus.

In a statement on last week’s meeting, the secretariat reported that no proposal on the Division of the building between the natives and the Brazilian Olympic Committee Museum. According to the alternative locations were discussed for the Indians. “The output of the Indians is indispensable for the works around the Maracana”, says passage of the note.

The village Maracanã works since 2006 and about 50 people live there, number that is floating because of the arrival of Indians coming from other places of the country. of the States that, in meeting with the Indians occupying the property next to maracana Stadium last Thursday, did not submit proposal on the Division of the building between the natives and the Brazilian Olympic Committee Museum.

This Wednesday (13), will be voted on in the House of Councillors the 1536/2012 Bill on the preservation of indigenous cultural centre as Maracanã Village where already.

http://www.jb.com.br/rio/noticias/2013/03/12/indios-da-aldeia-maracana-nao-chegam-a-acordo-com-secretaria-estadual/

 

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