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The Single Union of Workers of the Las Bambas Mining Company in Peru marched this Wednesday in Lima, Arequipa and Cusco, rejecting the paralysis of operations in the entity for more than a month in the presence of residents of the surrounding communities that prevent its normal operation. .

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“It’s been 33 days now that we are under this same situation, it is not sustainable, and if the stoppage continues to lengthen, we will have to apply some measures that go against the workers,” said the entity‘s general manager, Edgardo Orderique.

He also added that actions are being taken to avoid this situation, for which Prime Minister Aníbal Torres is expected to go to the company to resume dialogue with the affected communities.

�� Professional practitioners from nine communities in the province of Cotabambas in Apurímac, who participate in the Graduate Program of #The Bambasexpress their concern about the current context and about their future employment: pic.twitter.com/9AQehkb7pK

— Minera Las Bambas (@MineraLasBambas)
May 17, 2022

“The conditions that the communities are setting is that we do not operate, if we try to transport supplies to enter the facilities, we are going to have blockades and even attacks,” Orderique specified.

It is worth specifying that the local communities established themselves since last April in the company to demand that the commitments made in 2014, when they sold their land to the company, be fulfilled.

Before communities and residents, we express the government’s firm decision to achieve social peace, dialogue with the immediate reestablishment of economic and productive activities in Challhuahuacho. We continue in coordination for the next step. Long live Challhuahuacho! Long live Cotabambas! pic.twitter.com/OnEFMhLT9G

– Roberto Sánchez Palomino (@RobertoSanchP)
May 17, 2022

Given the situation, the Minister of Foreign Trade and Tourism, Roberto Sánchez, offered the residents the continuity of the dialogue agenda to program compliance with the commitments assumed by the mining company, as well as a social peace agreement.



Disclaimer: Via Telesur – Translated by RJ983

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