By Law 21,151, published in the official gazette on Tuesday, the state is recognized as an African-descendant of Chilean tribal peoples "Transatlantic trade with slavery that has been made to the present national territory between the 16th and 19th centuries and which is identified as such".
Specifically, the legal body has approved it legal recognition "of their cultural identity, language, historical tradition, culture, institution and worldview ".
The product above will be included in future listings and its history – with at least one program unit – must be taught at the primary, secondary and local level of the university.
They will also have "The. T right to counseling 169, International Labor Organization on Indigenous Peoples and Tribal Peoples in Independent Countries, whenever legislative or administrative measures are envisaged that could directly affect them. "
Specifically, when you make laws, your opinion will be considered together with your opinion other indigenous peoplessuch as Mapuches, Rapanuí, Quechuas and Aymaras.
That's all #chi They Know Today, Afro-offspring recognize tribal people in the country. And there he is #Arica where we celebrate, as more than 10,000 resident Afro-descendants.#MuniArica#Vamospormas pic.twitter.com/geIwOIpXAB
– Municipality of Arica (@MuniArica) April 16, 2019
After his proclamation, the Under Secretary of Social Services offered to President Sebastian Piñer, Minister of Social Development Alfred Moren; Economics, José Valente; for Education, Marcela Cubillos; and Culture, Consuelo Valdés, to provide knowledge on the publication of the measure.
According to El Mercuriou, these Chileans are concentrated in the municipalities of Arica and Camarones, as well as Valle de Azapa and Lluta.
Especially it would be more than 10 thousand people who will benefit with that acknowledgment, those behind Aymar as other ethnic minorities in the Arica and Parinacota regions.
However, they recognized them as tribal people rather than homosexuals, which was discussed by Director of the Center for Intercultural and Indigenous Studies Pedro Mege.
"As long as you recognize them with your specialties, you can finally make a political game by" patrimonizing "a series of phrases, marking a certain area," he said.
However, at the same time, "permits these terms to have their recognized place, in this case Afro. That is very healthy," he said.
For his part, Professor of Indigenous Legislation at the Catholic University, Sebastián Donoso, said that "it has been said that the application of Convention No. 169 is related to the assumption that they are" tribal people ". It was not a topic of deep discussion ".
Nevertheless, from the Mapuche world, a writer Pedro Cayuqueo said he was happy for your confession.
"My congratulations to the Afro-offspring of the law that gives them recognition in Chile, for which he voted for the democratic and historical mandate of justice," he wrote in his Twitter account.
From the Oro Negro organization they mentioned that the surnames were associated with this group Améstica. Báez. Corvacho. Lachipa. Rijeka and Salgado.
My congratulations to people of African origin for the law that gives them recognition in Chile. For this he voted for the democratic and historic mandate of the mandate pic.twitter.com/08HKh0LUEd
– Pedro Cayuqueo (@pcayuqueo) April 16, 2019