Maracanã village promises to act in this fourth cultural

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“Não vamos sair e a nossa resistência será cultural. É possível que venham com violência, mas a nossa ideia é que quando eles chegarem aqui, nós estejamos fazendo nossa ação cultural-religiosa. Não queremos mostrar luta e sangue na nossa aldeia, mas a nossa cultura”, afirmou um dos integrantes da Aldeia Maracanã, Ivano, da etnia Assurini.

Outro indígena da tribo, Kaiah Waiwai endossa o pensamento de Ivano: “Estaremos aqui preparados, com nossos maracás (chacoalho indígena) e todos os instrumentos para mostrar à população que o governador Sérgio Cabral está destruindo a cultura indígena”.

Kaiah Waiwai afirma que não aceita nenhuma proposta do governo que os tire do terreno onde já estão. “Minha ligação é com este lugar, um lugar de todos os povos indígenas do Brasil. Gostaria que fizessem daqui uma espécie de embaixada indígena, onde pudéssemos ser representados”, ressalta o indígena.

Companheira de Kaiah, Marcia Guajajara está mais tensa com a situação e lembra que a aldeia não possui nenhuma alternativa de moradia, caso sejam obrigados a deixar o terreno do antigo Museu do Índio.

“Alternativa nossa, não temos. O governo não mostrou nenhuma proposta segura. O fato é que não podemos deixar o que é nosso. Quem não fica com medo de sair de um lugar que é seu, para ir para o nada?”, questiona Marcia Guajajara, ao ressaltar que lutará até o final pela aldeia e pela construção de um museu que preserve a cultura indígena.

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“We will not go out and our resistance will be cultural. It is possible that come with violence, but our idea is that when they arrive here, we are making our cultural-religious action. We do not want to show fight and blood in our village, but our culture, “said one of the members of the village Maracanã, Ivano, Assurini ethnicity.

Other indigenous tribe, Kaiah Waiwai endorse the thought of Ivano: “we will be here, ready with our maracás (indigenous chacoalho) and all instruments to show the population that the Governor Sérgio Cabral is destroying the indigenous culture”.

Kaiah Waiwai says it accepts no Government proposal that take the terrain where they are. “My connection is with this place, a place of all indigenous peoples of Brazil. I would like to make here a kind of Indian Embassy, where we could be represented, “he points out the natives.

companion of Kaiah, Marcia Guajajara is more tense with the situation and points out that the village has no alternative housing, if they are forced to leave the land of the old Indian Museum.

“Our Alternative, we do not have. The Government showed no proposal. The fact is that we cannot leave what is ours. Who is not afraid to get out of a place that is yours to go for nothing? “asks Marcia Guajajara, to emphasize that will fight until the end for the village and for the construction of a museum to preserve the indigenous culture.

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Maracanã village promises to act in this fourth cultural (20)

On the same day, ends term for Indians leave location

Jornal do Brazil Caio Lima

Even with deadline for vacating the building of the old Indian Museum if expiring at 11:59 pm this Wednesday (20), the climate of Indigenous Village Maracana on Tuesday (19) is quiet. In mild and peaceful atmosphere, they promise to carry out a cultural act in this fourth (20) at 4:0 pm, which should extend until the arrival of police and representatives of the Government of the State.

“We will not go out and our resistance will be cultural. It is possible that come with violence, but our idea is that when they arrive here, we are making our cultural-religious action. We do not want to show fight and blood in our village, but our culture, “said one of the members of the village Maracanã, Ivano, Assurini ethnicity.

Other indigenous tribe, Alisi Waiwai endorse the thought of Ivano: “we will be here, ready with our maracás (indigenous chacoalho) and all instruments to show the population that the Governor Sérgio Cabral is destroying the indigenous culture”.

Waiwai Alisi says it accepts no Government proposal that take the terrain where they are. “My connection is with this place, a place of all indigenous peoples of Brazil. I would like to make here a kind of Indian Embassy, where we could be represented, “he points out the natives. 

Alisi companion, Marcia Guajajara is more tense with the situation and points out that the village has no alternative housing, if they are forced to leave the land of the old Indian Museum.

“Our Alternative, we do not have. The Government showed no proposal. The fact is that we cannot leave what is ours. Who is not afraid to get out of a place that is yours to go for nothing? “asks Marcia Guajajara, to emphasize that will fight until the end for the village and for the construction of a museum to preserve the indigenous culture.

More transparency

According to the Indian Tobi, Tupi-Guarani of the Amazon region, which could resolve the imbroglio would be more clarity on the part of the Government.

“These proposals we put, for example, at Quinta da Boa Vista, say nothing to us. There is no money in the world that pays the history of this building to the Indians. It is not the physical, but the value spiritual history that interests us “says Tobi, the reminiscent of Marechal Rondon by land.

The imbroglio

Last Friday (15), the Federal Court determined a period of 72 hours for the Indians out of the place, which would exhaust in last Monday (18). However, in the interpretation of the judge of the 8th Federal Court, Faouzi Pessanha, this term only began to be counted from the second (18), the first working day after the determination of dumping.

The decision, which ordered the evacuation of the building was ordered by the Federal Court, because the Government of Rio had entered with a writ of possession warrant the building, purchased by the national supply company (Conab).

On the order, the public defender of the Union, Daniel Macedo, joined the Federal Regional Court of the 2nd region (TRF2) with a resource of interlocutory appeal, asking for more 15 days of term, in addition to the 72 hours laid down by the Federal Court. However, there has not yet been a response to the appeal and the time limit for the Indians leave the terrain continues until the 11:59 pm this Wednesday (20).

* The internship program of the Jornal do Brazil

 Photos: Douglas Shineidr/Jornal do Brazil

 

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