Call for support against violent and illegal eviction of guaraní community in the province of Jujuy, Argentina.

[img_assist|nid=214|title=Eviction Tallar, Argentina|desc=|link=node|align=left|width=150|height=84]On July 28th a group of 50 policemen, joined with trucks and 'topadoras' (machines used to deforest) and a 'support' group of big land owner Roberto Strisich entered around dawn in the camp Jasy Endy Guasu (Luz de Luna Grande) occupied by a Guarani community. They entered with an eviction order stating that the community are "property invaders".

Visit to Paraguayan embassy in Brussels, October 2006

During the writing of this article, there has been an important development. On October 31st, the conviction of the soy farmers responsible for the death of Silvino Talavera, was confirmed by the court in Encarnación. However, the case has not been won yet.

Monday, 30 October 2006 - A group of seven activists and campaigners went to the Paraguayan embassy in Brussels. One of the aims of the support group from the 'Silvino Talavera' campaign was to hand over a petition to ambassador Raul Vera Bogado about the 'Silvino Talavera' case and ask him about the enormous impact on the environment and human rights had by the industrial agricultural-export model that is gaining more hold in Paraguay.

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