PERU: Property Destruction and Intimidation of Peasant Family by Yanacocha Mining Company

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Cajamarca, Peru – 6th February 2015


Chaupe case, Peru: Yanacocha's appeal for annulment declared INADMISSIBLE

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(translation from Prensa Muqui, February 4th 2015)
 
In the middle of the unease and controversy generated by the violent incursion yesterday by the security forces of the mining company Yanacocha in the land occupied by the Chaupe family, which the company claims to be its property, the Judiciary of Cajamarca emitted the following communiqué:
 

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