Cacica Wounaan, Aulina Opúa says that her priority is the adjudication of ancestral lands that are without title


He mentioned that on May 2 he will take office and his job is to ensure the well-being of the population in conjunction with the Panamanian State.

The elected cacique of the Wounaan National People, Aulina Ismare Opúa, explained a little about the work carried out by the caciques within the community and what their priorities are within their management.

He mentioned that on May 2 he will take office and his job is to ensure the well-being of the population in conjunction with the Panamanian State.

“Tomorrow, it will no longer be just one woman running for political office, it will be 20 or 30,” she said.

Among one of their priorities are the territories that their ancestors inhabited, since they are still without title. “The priority of our work is to lead to the adjudication of these lands or collective territories,” said Opúa.

He added that they are seeing the part of health and education, since they do not find the due attention of the State.

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