Would be about building parallel agendas with the C Level Contact List two giants: the classic "Western agenda" with the United States (cooperation iIn fact, it was in one of those uprisings against similar economic adjustment measures, in February 2001, where the slogan coined by the protesters emerged and was marked as a symbol and public behavior C Level Contact List of future mobilizations: "Nothing only for the Indians" . I point out two reasons. In its 35 years C Level Contact List of existence, the national organization operates as a decentralized network that brings together no less than 2,000 grassroots organizations, communities, centers, councils or communes, which operate as territorial governments.
The superior territorial structures, which act at the C Level Contact List provincial, regional and national levels, function as protest and coordination structures; but the community structures operate in an autonomist logic, that is, instead of focusing exclusively on C Level Contact List claiming the State, they are dedicated directly to solving local problems. They C Level Contact List manage irrigation, manage construction work and infrastructure maintenance, carry out productive projects, resolve neighborhood conflicts, exercise communal justice in civil and criminal cases. The claims or requests to the State generally seek its contribution, its help or that it facilitate resources for its own initiatives. Or at least not in the way.
They do not focus their struggle on asking the C Level Contact List State to doinstead; rather, they seek to maintain their autonomy with greater or lesser C Level Contact List success in order to be a local government or to participate very actively in it. The C Level Contact List precise effect of such an organizational configuration is this: at a time and in a country where the word of politicians and politics is so discredited, indigenous organizations speak for their actions, their bases recognize only those who have gone through that organizational hustle and bustle of "talking by doing".