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11 Dez 2012

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Servindi, Mining.com, Bloomberg, Mines and Communities

Peru: Blockade at Cañariaco Norte project

More than 600 community members from the district of Cañaris…have blocked a highway along the way to the mining camp Cañariaco and have detained three geological engineers, according to Radio Programas of Peru (RPP). They are demanding that the mining company withdraw from the area…On October 30 2012, the community of San Juan de Kañaris in Lambayeque held a local vote in which 95% of participants rejected the mining project Cañariaco, which belongs to the Canadian company Candente Copper…With an attitude of defiance, Candente Copper has already stated that it rejects the local vote and that it will continue with its copper, gold and silver project...