“I'm full of debt and I have to keep waiting.” That is the drama experienced by a woman victim of an arson attack in Quidico, who came to Angol seeking to be heard by President Gabriel Boric. The victim told Radio Bío Bío that unknown individuals burned her house and the land is currently taken.
“I need the President to listen to me”. That is the plea of a woman who was the victim of an arson attack in Quidico and came to Angol to try to talk with Gabriel Boric, who is on tour in the region of La Araucanía.
In a conversation with Radio Bío Bío, the victim reported that she lost everything and that the land where her house was currently located “is taken and what was left was stolen”.
“I need justice, I need the President to listen to me. The previous government did nothing, hopefully this Mr. President is the one who listens to the people & # 8221 ;, he indicated.
According to him, after the arson attack of which his property was a victim & # 8220; I was left at cross hands, I have no way to defend myself. I am full of debt and I have to keep waiting”.
She said that the only thing they have offered her is attention with a psychologist, but what she needs is < strong>“restart me. I'm not even entitled to bonuses”.
Her situation is critical, recognizing that “I have nowhere to get money to cover my expenses”.< /strong>
The woman regretted not being able to talk with the president and through La Radio she called him directly: “Please, President, listen to me, I am a victim of violence that exists in the Eighth and Ninth regions”.
The president is on tour in La Araucanía to address security issues in the face of the climate of violence in the South Macrozone. In his first speeches with the press, the man from Magellan recognized for the first time that “terrorist acts” have been recorded in the area.