The craftsmen and fishermen of the region of Maule and Biobío still show it To send the squid laws to the Constitutional Court (TC) after accepting the Congress.
The measure allows the manually straightening of the mollusks, thus damaging the industrial sector from the point of view of their personnel, while they make a great deal of waterfall.
On the other hand, the commitment of the Government committed by the Government itself would be harmful to artisanal fishermen. That's why, 200 Maule workers brought a caravan May offer a letter to the mayor of Pablo Milad on Friday.
In the days of San Javier, these Protestants Ruta 5 The two arteries that connect to the South took barricadesFailed by the Special Forces flake at 10:00 p.m.
– Jaime Morales Amaya (@MoralesAmaya) January 11, 2019
The mayor received a letter to appear in the sector The fishermen therefore weakened the appearances while waiting, but the demonstrators are waiting for the war, unless the mobilization is carried out.
The route has already been cut into two arteries, and Bobadilla leaves Colbún and Linares will leave the vehicles to circulate.
Meanwhile, Bíobío region Fishermen industry expects the Government to fulfill its commitment to send the TC initiative, It is also mobilized with the barricades of the Trébol sector, Linking the municipalities of Talcahuano, Hualpén and Concepción.
Protest launched the car action at Waters of Carabineros, and launched it It has created a great traffic congestion The three lanes that cross the River Biobío and the Talcahuano to Concepción highway, where there are some deviations.
On the other hand, The third point of protest emerged in the Laraquete sectorEnter the northern province of Arauco, where Artisanal fishermen have shown barricades cut traffic in two directions.
The industrial fishing boat has barricades with the barricade of El Trébol in Talcahuano. Carabineros launches float in the water. The Government requests that the Constitutional Court comply with the obligation to make a law. @Cooperative pic.twitter.com/OpO9xnRG4x
– Cristofer Espinoza (@CEspinozaQ) January 11, 2019