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More than eight thousand indigenous people have formalized their identity in Zulia

Inhabitants of the Wayúu, Yukpa and Barí peoples were assisted through the national identity and civil registration plan for indigenous peoples

A total of 8.864 people belonging to the Wayúu, Yukpa, and Barí peoples, in the state of Zulia, were assisted in the sessions of the National Plan for Identity and Civil Registry of Indigenous Peoples, according to a Minpppi press release.

The Ministry of Popular Power for Indigenous Peoples, the National Electoral Council, SAIME, Coporzulia, the Bolivarian National Armed Forces, CorpoZulia and spokespersons for the Popular Power of indigenous communities participate in the sessions.

Likewise, in the state of Zulia, Machiques de Perijá Municipality in the Libertad Parish, the National Plan for Identity and Civil Registry of Indigenous Peoples is advancing at a good pace. 

During these days, cases have also been processed to grant Birth Certificates to boys and girls, as well as registrations and updates of identity documents for adults who have requested it.

It is important to highlight that the identification sessions are carried out within the framework of the National Identity and Civil Registry Plan for Indigenous Peoples, and will continue to be carried out in the state of Zulia, to serve various communities with the aim of guaranteeing the identity of our native peoples.

The work will continue permanently, articulated in a civil-military union, consolidating the 7Ts and the 95% Plan of the 1×10 System of Good Government.

This week the Plan will be deployed in the Mara Municipality to serve the parishes: San Rafael de El Moján, Ricaurte, Luis de Vicente, Mons. Marcos Sergio Godoy, Las Parcelas, La Sierrita and Tamare.

In this way, the schedule established through the Good Government System is met, reaching every corner of the national territory.

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