Today in Word That is News we talked with Bruno Aguilera, one of the spokesmen for the takeover of the INBA.
Demonstrations and acts of violence persist in emblematic high schools in the commune of Santiago. One of them is the Barros Arana Internship where on the outskirts of this enclosure, on more than one occasion public transport buses have been vandalized by hooded men. From the Government, the government spokesperson Camila Vallejos questioned the lack of dialogue, also pointing to the violence of some people. From the student community they denounce having been abandoned by the authority, with campuses in terrible conditions, lack of teachers and serious inclusion problems.
“We are governed by a request for requests such as infrastructure, food, demunicipalization and electing a new Inba rector in accordance with new policies. We want comprehensive sex education,” says Bruno Aguilera.
takes the time
“We fulfilled 6 days and 5 nights”, indicates one of the spokesmen for the INBA takeover.
About the acts of violence
“We understand why our students are angry and we want to follow the path of dialogue. We are advancing in all fighting methods. Today we will go to the DEM to a work table. We have had an answer, but we want to move forward”, says Bruno Aguilera.
On statements by the Minister of Education
“Well, with the other establishments we are fighting for a connection of all our requests since they can be similar, such as the abandonment of public education,” says one of the spokesmen for the INBA takeover.
“We are governed by our own line of work. The minister’s announcements only fulfill a part of our needs as students”, she adds.
Joint petition effort
“We’re moving forward. We are seeing that we have difficulty being in the shot”, Bruno Aguilera points out.
About the burning of the bus
“This is all a complicated issue. We are advancing through the method of dialogue, but we understand every method of struggle and we understand that you are angry. However, we will not give further statements”, says one of the spokespersons for the INBA takeover.
“We depend on the assembly, we are not student leaders, for the same reason we are spokespersons for the occupation and this will advance according to what the assembly proposes. The facts of the demonstrations have not been pronounced within the assembly, ”he adds.
“We care about the violence and we understand it, however, it has not been pronounced within the assembly,” concludes Bruno Aguilera, one of the spokesmen for the INBA takeover.
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Spokesperson for the INBA takeover: “The minister’s announcements only meet part of our needs as students”