The prosecutor’s office said in a statement that its headquarters located on Avenida Patria and Juan León Mera, in downtown Quito, was under attack. This, because of the clashes that take place between the demonstrators and the police.
“Your staff are still working from home; Moreover, he used I collect sensitive information from the cases it conducts and make a public appeal for peace and respect for the law,” the statement said.
It also indicates that they maintain access to justice in accordance with their constitutional powers through different channels, such as virtual counters, online registration service and complaints from crimes of gender violence, robbery, robbery, in addition to Flagrancia units that remain in normal operation nationwide.
For its part, Conaie rejected these acts of violence and vandalism in the building of the Public Prosecutor’s Office. “We clarify that the perpetrators of these serious acts are not part of the Indigenous Movement delegations that arrived in the capital as a sign of legitimate protest,” the statement said.