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Instead of addressing these specific concerns, the Declaration completely ignores them.

CETA was negotiated in secret, without any attempt whatsoever to include citizens, and has not taken into consideration the reasonable and legitimate amendments proposed by civil society.

To President Rafael Correa, To The members of the Commission, Subject: Final report of the Commission for a Comprehensive Audit of Investment Protection Treaties and of the International Arbitration System (CAITISA) of Ecuador We, the undersigned, urge the Ecuadorian government to publish and publicly release the full report of Ecuadorian Citizens’ Commission for a Comprehensive Audit of Investment Protection Treaties and of the International Arbitration System (CAITISA), created by presidential decree in 2013.

As social movements and organisations, we have supported and accompanied the creation of the Citizens' Audit Commission in Ecuador, as this initiative is unique in the world.

It does not alter or amend CETA in any substantive way, and it articulates commitments that are aspirational, non-binding, and lacking any effective legal enforcement.

For all these reasons, the Declaration has to be viewed as nothing more than a public relations exercise—an attempt to mollify critics of CETA, but not to take them seriously.