"In Honduras, we are becoming mere spectators and accept a culture of death, which is very dangerous for a nation. This is why we are here, fighting for the common good, for water, land, natural resources, for life. We are facing a catastrophe, a deep crisis and we cannot accept that our children live in a country where life is worth nothing "(Miriam Miranda, Ofraneh)
"We are rejecting the role played by the institutions by delivering natural assets without consulting the community, openly violating the 169 Convention of the ILO. There are already 50 rivers that have been leased out to private companies. We demand an end to the abuse of power and delivery of our goods, "(Juan Vasquez, Copinh).
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