For some time now, in the newspapers we’ve been able to read the opinions and notions of many people concerning the functioning of people-institutional relations in our environment.
There was a request made by the government that people express their opinions about what ultimately hinders the aim of “everything belonging to the people. Moreover, they said that the findings would be made known.”
Obtaining or demanding justice for what limits the development of collaborative life is what many people expected. Within a society whose changes generate nostalgia for the past, there also exists discouragement among those who don’t see this as an act that will return our balance.
Is this the old 1980s concept of “rectification”? In that period, despite efforts that were made, the solid road that the bureaucracy maintained didn’t change, which rather took advantage of the changes that would come with the 1990s and today have stronger tools to entrench themselves in daily life.
That’s the truth my people! Old established and new attitudes, beliefs, behaviors and values won’t be transformed via a superficial cure. But indeed the public tribune of the “power to speak” can banish fears and restraints.
These current exhibits of hope reveal honesty, successes, small complaints and mistakes characteristic of the lack of experience in exercising opinion, errors and deviations.
The consciousness of not allowing concepts like “luchar” (struggling) —which in our context has come to mean cheating, manipulating, deceiving, prostituting, not respecting, assaulting and other attributes that touch all social groups— is what we really need to reinstitute.
I hope that a growing number of voices will decrease the space and power from those who from the smallest place of authority try to destroy us daily.