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Jean Beausejour: "I wanted to respect my Mapuche family" – The red one

© Agency One Jean Beausejour:

The Chilean national team used his home name in casaquilla.

Jean Beausejour, on the side of the Chilean national team tonight explained why his second name came out, Colliqueo, the shirt of the national team 4 to 1 victory Honduras, friendly play at Temuco Germán Becker Stadium.

After the final whistle, the player of the Universidad de Chile clarified this Her mother's last name was in her tricot and not specifically for Camilo Catrillanca, a member of the deceased Mapuche community.

"It's all dead, I do not like great words." (The Salutation) I had previously prepared, mainly because I wanted to respect my grandfather and Mapuche's respect for my family. He was unhappy in this climate and, of course, grabbed another connotation. But at first I wanted to give my Mapuche family my respect, he said.

As regards the perception of informal silence that both choices made at the celebration of Catrillanca, despite the fact that ANFP did not request Colo Colo, the native of the central station indicated that "the gesture we are doing is peace, not the division, this is what we most want in the selection, it must be transverse, which unites the Chileans. It is very important to overcome this conflict. Each victim counts from side to side, all of them are of the same value. "

"We believe that selection is one of the few things that connect with us." (Respect) There is a sentence that we expect in this case to consider the subject, resolve conflicts, and justice and those responsible, "he added.

In conclusion, Beausejour pointed out that "we want to give a thought message from the member of the Catrillanca community, a social pressure that seems to me appropriate." I recently knew that Mayor (Mayol) resigned. I do not recall which government has done this in La Araucanía, so I see the half-full page instead of half empty.


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