The new decree will be drawn up by organizations of the Indigenous movement and the government.
United Nations-backed dialogue table installed between Lenin Moreno’s government and leaders of Indigenous organizations reached a historic deal Sunday night to revoke pro-IMF Decree 883, end strikes across the country, and to set up a commission that will write the new document that will replace it.
The U.N. Representative in Ecuador Arnaud Peral informed that the new decree will be drawn up by organizations of the Indigenous movement, participants from the dialogue and the government with mediation from the international body and the Catholic church.
Ecuadorian Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities (Conaie) President Jaime Vargas thanked all that joined the protests or helped those that came to Quito.
Massive protests -mainly led by the Indigenous sector- lasted 11 days until Sunday.
This article originally appeared on teleSUR English.