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Peruvian state to provide security to the Chaupe family


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Source: RPP Noticias

The national police will visit Tragadero Grande, the home of the Chaupe family, twice a month to ensure the safety of the family.

Attorney Mirtha Vasquez said today the delivery of the Directorial Resolution 0014 – 2015 was carried out, issued by the National Bureau of Internal Governance (Onagi), where personal guarantees for Chaupe family have been made available, with police presence.

The document stipulates that law enforcement officers will travel to Tragadero Grande twice a month, on motorcycles, in order to verify and ensure the safety of the Chaupe family.

The lawyer explained that such visits will be unannounced and on motorcycles, in addition to paying the phone bills of Daniel Chaupe Acuña, Máxima Chaupe Atalaya and Isidora Chaupe Acuña, so as to be in constant contact with the police and alert them in case of emergency.
She also explained that this provision is given in response to a resolution from the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (CIDH).

The Chaupe family  is immersed in a lawsuit against the gold mining company Yanacocha and the judiciary in two instances has rule in favour of the Chaupe family.

Original version in Spanish:

La abogada Mirtha Vásquez dijo que hoy se realizó la entrega de la Resolución Directoral 0014 – 2015, emitida por la Oficina Nacional de Gobierno Interior (Onagi), donde se dispone garantías personales para la familia Chaupe, con la presencia policial.

El documento precisa que los efectivos del orden se trasladaran hasta la zona de Tragadero Grande, de dos veces al mes, en motocicletas, con el propósito de verificar y garantizar la seguridad de la familia Chaupe.

La letrada detalló que estos desplazamientos serán de manera inopinada a bordo de motocicletas, asimismo se está abonando celulares a  favor de Daniel Chaupe Acuña, Máxima Chaupe Atalaya e Isidora Chaupe Acuña, para estar en constante contacto con la policía y alertarlos en caso de alguna emergencia.
Además detalló que esta disposición se da en atención a una resolución de la Comisión Interamericana de Derechos Humanos (CIDH).

Como se recuerda La familia Chaupe se encuentra inmersa en un proceso judicial contra la empresa aurífera Yanacocha y el poder Judicial en dos instancias dio la razón a los Chaupe.

 

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