The inhabitants of the Tambo Valley, where the mine is located, rejected the decision and called to continue the indefinite strike that they have been carrying out since July 15
The Peruvian Mining Council held a public hearing on the Tía María mining project and the final ruling will decide the future of the mining project resisted for almost a decade
Peruvian President Martín Vizcarra dissolved the National Congress, then the legislators retaliated and voted to suspend him
Protesters are demanding the abolition of a decree that seeks to privatize water services in Lima and Callao
The workers suspended their strike this week in order to facilitate a dialogue with the authorities on their demands
The mine workers are demanding a dignified collective negotiation agreement and abolition of an anti-labor reform, approved by the president in July
A large-scale regional strike has been called on September 16 by organisations and trade unions leading the struggle against the construction of the copper mining project in the Islay province. The strike, involving the southern regions of the country demands definitive cancellation.
Thousands of Peruvians took to the streets in different cities across the country in response to the alarming number of femicides.
So far in 2019, over 105 cases of femicides have been registered in Peru
The inhabitants, farmers, environmentalists, provincial and regional authorities are demanding a definite termination of the mining project
Several sectors of the Arequipa region have decided to go on an indefinite general strike and will demonstrate in Lima next week
Since July 15, thousands of farmers and inhabitants of the Tambo Valley in the Arequipa region of Peru have been mobilizing against the government’s decision to authorize the construction of the long-resisted Tía María mining project.