Through a letter addressed to the community and presented yesterday at the Glorieta del ParqueCalderón, the Yasunidos Guapondelig Collective demanded the exit of the INV Metals mining company and the review of the mining concessions of the Kimsakochapáramos. NidiaSoliz, member of the collective, said that both the company and the government proclaim their opposition to illegal mining, but in fact the mining that prides itself on formality is in “our territories” illegally, as there is complicity and inaction of the government and disrespect for regulations. The arguments of the collective are based on a special examination by the General Comptroller…
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