In the midst of her accusation of government action in the Katrillanca case, the press secretary assured that the executive made a series of gestures to correct, and, for example, “the president sent personal letters to grandfather Camillo Katrillanke and her father”. But Marcelo Katrillanca denied this outright. In addition, he questioned the strong police presence in the Mapuche area in the midst of the mobilization of the last days, demanding the return of the secondary school in Paylahueke, transformed from the previous government to the police station.
Between such a crossed version, misinformation, and even lies, which marked the Catrillanca case, other data provided by the government were questioned.
In the midst of her accusation of the actions of the government that committed 45 days of communero crime, this morning, press secretary Cecilia Peres assured Radio Oasis that the executive had made a series of gestures to correct.
“The president sent personal letters to his grandfather, Camillo Catrillanca, and his father, the minister (Alfredo) Moreno, managed to get to know Camilo’s father personally,” the minister said.
However, a government spokeswoman was categorically denied by Father Camilo Katrillanca. “We didn’t see any letters, so we couldn’t talk to anyone,” he told La Tercera.
On Thursday, Catrillanca has led the mobilization of Mapuchov, demanding that the executive authorities return the secondary school in Paylahueke, which was transformed from a previous government into a police station. In the midst of these mobilizations, he criticized the active deployment of the Carabinieri, for which he insisted on the need to demilitarize the area.
“There is still a lot of Carabinieri presence. We as a family worry about everything that happens, ”he said.
“If they are so interested in communication, the repression on this should stop. Yesterday we were on the road for a while, and there were a lot of carabinieri there. The government says that the famous “Jungle Command” has come out, there is still repression, ”he said.
As part of this wave of demonstrations, protesters from the Mapuche Llagaypulli community took the building of Theodoro Schmidt City Hall in the coastal zone of La Araucania this morning.