Edgardo Voitier reveals that the fundamental problem that motivated the struggle of the Colonists is the ‘rise of everything’

Edgardo Voitier, member of the Broad Colonense Front and leader of the Unity for Colon Coalition (CUCO), spoke this Friday morning, on Radio Panama, about the agreements reached with President Laurentino Cortizo, after the meeting held with the organized groups of Colon The Thursday evening.

The leader explained that one of the fundamental problems that motivated the struggle of the people of Colon is the problem of the rise in everything due to the rise in fuel, and the president did not have a concrete answer to solve this.

“Our balance is that for some issues the president gave an answer, such as the Manuel Amador Guerrero hospital, related to a proposal to generate a short-term employment plan, but here you get rice, beans, lentils because of the rise in fuel prices,” he said.

He added that there was another list of petitions that they presented in which Cortizo made no reference. “A matter of Inadeh, of property titles, was raised with him, he did not refer to the state of the city, the rainwater and wastewater systems. When one begins to value that, we realize that we have a president who gave an answer to some points, we value that well, but in front of the most important thing, it was not a satisfactory answer”, he pointed out.

It should be noted that in this first meeting that took place in the gymnasium of the Abel Bravo School, President Cortizo promised to meet again with the Colon leaders next Tuesday. The time of that second meeting is unknown and whether it will be in Panama City or in Colón.

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