Today it is pretty easy to start a social conflict, and the response is very slow, which causes the problem to escalate, warned the president of the National Society of Mining, Petroleum and Energy of Peru (SNMPE), Raul Jacob.
According to information from the Ombudsman's Office, as of August, there are 209 registered social conflicts, of which 89 are mining. During the year, stoppages such as Las Bambas and Cuajone stand out.
Jacob said . . .