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Villagers referred to the Lev Tahor members as los hombres de negro or “the men in black”, saying they refused to integrate and were putting off the tourists on whom the local economy depends. We thought they wanted to change our religion and customs,” said Miguel Vasquez Cholotio, a member of the elders’ council. Lev Tahor members claimed in recent days they had been threatened with violence and promises to cut off the water supply to their homes.
The group packed their bags and on Friday boarded a convoy of vehicles, including a converted yellow school bus, to seek refuge in Guatemala City.
“We decided to leave because the Council of Elders does not want us,” said Misael Santos.
This cut will create a major obstacle to the work of UNFPA, the U.
With a presence in more than 150 countries, many of which get no direct U. aid, UNFPA is one of the largest contributors to the health and rights of women on the planet. donation in 1969, UNFPA is the only organization that has ever been affected by this amendment.