“There will be no Olympic Museum here. So you can be sure” ~ Aarão
Today at 3:57 pm-Updated today at 4:35 pm
Indians would be labor in maintaining the former Museum
Members of the village Maracanã underscore, however, that they want written document of the State Government
After the turnaround of this Thursday (21), in which the writ of repossession of the former Museum of the Indian was not fulfilled, the Indians inhabiting the village came up with three proposals for Maracanã being discussed with the State Department of Social Welfare and Human Rights (SEASDH) and forwarded to the Government of the State. One of them, even the help of Indians themselves in the maintenance work of the building which houses the village.
According to Aarão of Providence Araújo Filho, lawyer for the village and President of the National Council of indigenous rights, it is essential that there is a guarantee, in writing, that the building will have exclusive allocation to indigenous culture.