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Asunto:[LEA-Venezuela] Sin comentarios......
Fecha:Martes, 3 de Abril, 2001  21:59:49 (-0400)
Autor:anna ponte <anaponte @...net>

>To: anaponte@... 
>From: PRMUNIC@... (Hermann Edelmann) 
>Subject: bastards ! 
>Date: Tue, 03 Apr 2001 19:50:00 +0200 
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>Betreff    : Brazilian military hit back at Yanomami? (fwd) 
>Datum      : Di 03.04.01, 13:47  (erhalten: 03.04.01) 
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> 
>From: http://www.survival.org.uk/yanopr0103.htm 
> 
>press release, March 2001 
> 
>Brazilian military hit back at Yanomami? 
> 
>Only a month after Brazilian soldiers were condemned for 
>sexually abusing Yanomami Indian women and infecting them with 
>sexually transmitted diseases, the Brazilian Minister of Defence 
>has publicly called for the Yanomami's land to be divided up, 
>saying its demarcation was a mistake and it could be reduced in 
>the future. 
> 
>Last month the Federal Deputy & Chair of the Brazilian Human 
>Rights Commission of the Chamber of Deputies, Marcos Rolim, 
>published a report recommending to President Cardoso that all 
>military construction projects in indigenous areas in Roraima 
>should be stopped and there should be a rigorous investigation 
>into the allegations that the soldiers are sexually exploiting 
>Yanomami teenagers. He also stated that the military presence in 
>indigenous areas was leading to deforestation, water pollution 
>and enticing the Indians into a state of dependence by supplying 
>goods to them, including alcohol. 
> 
>Last week, in a move which government sources have warned will 
>attract international condemnation, the Minister of Defence, 
>Geraldo Quintão, stated that the Yanomami area is too large and 
>must be revised. He also accused the former President, Fernando 
>Collor, of incompetence and pandering to international opinion 
>in authorising the demarcation of Yanomami land. In fact, the 
>demarcation process was the result of 13 years of studies and 
>negotiations by government experts, and anthropologists. 
> 
>Last October Yanomami spokesman Davi Yanomami appealed for the 
>removal of illegal gold miners from the Yanomami's territory, 
>and an investigation into the military's behaviour after at 
>least 20 of the tribe contracted gonorrhoea. The Yanomami's 
>health is especially vulnerable as this year the government has 
>cut its budget for health care among the tribe by 33%. 
> 
>Meanwhile the military is pushing for the construction of 
>another garrison in the neighbouring Indian territory of 
>Raposa-Serra do Sol, home to 12,000 Indians from the Makuxi, 
>Wapixana, Ingarikó and Taurepang tribes. This is bitterly 
>opposed by the Indians, who have written to the president 
>voicing their great concern about the impact it will have and 
>demanding ratification of their territory. 
> 
>Today Survival's Director General, Stephen Corry, said, 'The 
>defence minister's statements are irresponsible and have no 
>basis.  Whatever his motives for attacking the Yanomami they 
>should be roundly condemned. Any reduction of the Yanomami 
>territory would violate Brazil's constitution and international 
>law.' 
> 
>Photos available. For more information please contact Survival's 
>press office on (020) 7242 1441 or by email at 
>is@...-internal.onal.org 
> 
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>Forwarded by: 
> 
>                Amanaka'a Amazon Network 
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