A plaque was placed in the Province House this week as public recognition to Azuay victims of child sexual abuse. Children, students and justice authorities of the province participated in this ceremony that recalled the actions of the victims. Catalina Mendoza, Gender, Childhood and Adolescence coordinator of the Azuay Prefecture, explained that the public acknowledgement sought to give the victims recognition for what they have suffered. “As a form of reparation for victims of child sexual abuse, the Provincial Council of Azuay decided to pay tribute [to them] and urge the Prosecutor to act quickly in the investigation.” Pablo Valverde,…
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