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Brazilian lawyer after murders in the Amazon: ‘We need the state to maintain a presence in the region’

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Eliesio Marubo | Image: Avener Prado/Agência Pública/Used with permission This article, written by Ciro Barros and Avener Prado, was originally pubished by Agência Pública on June 22, 2022, and is republished here in a partnership agreement as an edited version translated by Liam Anderson. The legal representative of the Union of Indigenous Peoples of Javari Valley (Univaja), Eliesio Marubo, gave an interview to Agência Pública in Tabatinga, in Brazil’s northwestern state of Amazonas, shortly before leaving for Brasilia, on June 21. After having joined the intensive efforts to search for the I…

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