Investigación

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Investigación 28 Ago 2018

Ancha atiqkunallapaqmi unuqa

Ojo-Público nisqapi kaqkunan allinta t’aqwirirqan, pikunatan Estado arí, hap’ikullaychis unutaqa, nispa nirqan, chaykunata. Hinaspan qawarinku 43 empresakunaq makillanpin yaqa llapan unu kasqanta, kunanmanta 50 qipa watakunapi. Kaykunas yaqa llapallan unu millpuq empresakuna: allpaq rurunta hawa suyukanaman apachiq, minakuna, botellaman ukyanakunata hillp’uspapa qullqi chaskiqpas.
An analysis of the amounts paid for water use reveals the combined omission of approximately PEN1 million in a single year by Las Bambas and Volcan, two of the country’s largest mining companies.
Allin qawarisqaqa, unumanta minakunaq estadoman pagasqankuqa manan chaninchu. Yaqa huk millón solesta hinan huk watallapi mana Estadoqa chaskinchu Las Bambas, Volcanpas empresakunamanta. Kaykunaqa, Perú suyupi llapan minakunamanta aswan hatunninmi.
Ojo-publico.com analyzed all water use rights granted by the state over the last five decades and identified the 43 private companies holding the most permits to capture and control this public resource. Heading the list are mining, bottling, and agro-export companies which operate in areas where water is scarce or where social conflicts exist over lack of access to the resource.
“Rey de la pesca negra” operó sin permiso gracias a medidas cautelares. El Estado perdió más de S/66 millones por fallos a su favor.
Al descubierto malos manejos inmobiliarios.

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