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Peru: miner protests paralyze rainforest region | World War 4 Report


Peru: miner protests paralyze rainforest region | World War 4 Report: Terms in Supreme Decree 013-2015 establishing quotas for gasoline won the strike widespread support in Madre de Dios. The regional governor, Luis Otsuka, said it was the decision of the people to continue the strike earlier this month—for which he was blasted by Environment Minister Manuel Pulgar-Vidal, who said that Otsuka "wants total impunity" in Madre de Dios. (Living in Peru, Dec. 9; Mongabay, Dec. 4; Living in Peru, Dec. 3; Living in Peru, Dec. 2; El Comercio, Nov. 23)

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