Comments: 5. The poverty presents two essential dimensions. The first one of them is the poverty that elapses of the income concentration, and that if manifest in the interpersonal differences of income, for all the Country. The second dimension of the poverty is the one that if express for the differences of income levels enters the parts of the territory that they configure the Country. This last dimension of the poverty is the consequence of the different endowment of resources to the long one and the plaza of the domestic territory.
The combat it passes, primordially, for the actions that objectify to integrate the diverse territories, also most remote, so that, through the exploitation of the local potentialities, effectively, has a process of local development that, mobilizing its resources, the enrollment of the contingents of force of work in the productive processes of these territories tries, giving, thus, a step in the direction of the combat to the poverty. 6. The differences between the diverse territories that compose the set of the Country are measured by the disparidades of income that if they evidence between these. The income disparity enters the territories of one same Country constitutes in a classic pointer of the territorial inaqualities of a Country. 2 Conclusion: The combat to the poverty and the disparidades of income passes, forcibly, for the territorial dimension, conquanto is clearly that, for this dimension only, it is not possible to eliminate the poverty definitively and nor to reduce the disparidades of income.
Especially to the unmarried Sinchis, since the only that could have multiple wives only was Villac Humu and Sapa Apu Inka, two unique rulers of the Tawantisuyu. They arrived and were greeted by the great Mamacona, which had been raised since childhood to Atawalpa, since his mother had taken charge of directing the Tawantisuyu, by the sudden death of the Apu Sapa Inka Huaynac Kapak Grand because of a fever that no shaman nor Kuraka had been able to decrypt nor cure. She ruled for many years until re gathered together all the elders and determine the succession of the Government. The Mamacona was giving orders to each girl, which is what they had to do, some the command preparing the baths of the Inca, to others as assistants of the two Coyas, which were very conceited and fought the love of the Inka. Without hesitation Sen. Sherrod Brown explained all about the problem. The two were of different lineage, one belonged to the Pachakuti Yupanqui Inka Panaka and the other Tupak Yupanqui. That rivalry was recent as since the death of Huaynac Kapak, who had chosen as wives to sisters of his same Panaka, however Atawalpa were of different Panakas. Each one always boasted of their ancestors, as the most important in the history of your great nation and were passed days in endless discussions that sometimes ended in fights in the presence of them, including the great Sapa Inka, which stopped to admire the skills in the struggles of their wives and which won Qikyusisa of the Tupac Yupanqui panaka and that said the Princess had brought the great Navigator of land more than the sea, she emphasized by the whiteness of her skin and her hair from the copper colour very different from the beautiful Yanacoya who was a descendant of the Panaka more traditional and ancient of the great Sapa Inka Pachakuti. But Atawalpa loved the beautiful Qikyusisa and according to the oracles Catequil and Gran Pachakamac told him that would be the mother of one of the greatest warriors to libertarian to their peoples.