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[PDF] Survival : Alleged Tribal Abuse - Drilling Activities in Block 67 and Uncontacted Peruvian Indigenous Tribes

Author: Perenco, Published on: 18 August 2008

Despite Survival’s allegations, no material evidence has been presented by Survival or AIDESEP...of uncontacted indigenous tribes being present in the area where oil activities have been conducted by several companies for the last 13 years. Accordingly, the legal claim brought by AIDESEP against Perenco and other companies has been dismissed by the Iquitos court...We invite your readers to view the following...: Article issued by the Ministry of Energy and Mines (MEM)...Resolution No. 48 issued by the Court of Iquitos...Anthropological opinion issued by Carlos Mora...

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Related companies: Perenco