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2 Feb 2006

Karen Martinez, El Informante [Perú] [translated by Alejandro Farrell]

"Doe Run uses townspeople as pressure tactic", says Congressman Carlos Infantas [Peru]

Peruvian Congressman Carlos Infantas Fernandez...denounced the Doe Run Company's use of the population of La Oroya to pressure the Government into approving its requested postponement of its Environmental Compliance and Management Program (PAMA). Infantas commented on the arrival of a group, allegedly from La Oroya...demanding that the Government accept the Company's proposal to postponement a major part of its environmental commitments until 2011...[he] said it would not surprise him to learn that the group...was in fact made up of Doe Run company workers and people paid to defend private interests.