Even before former guerrilla commander Salvador Sánchez Cerén is inaugurated as President of El Salvador, his administration is saddled with an unnecessary $301-million liability – a lawsuit over El Salvador's refusal to allow an environmentally perilous gold mine to be built.
International civil society organizations – including the Blue Planet Project and the Council of Canadians – have released a new report that calls on Canadian-Australian firm OceanaGold to "respect the democratic process i
OceanaGold should respect the democratic process in El Salvador, abandon its acquisition of Vancouver-based Pacific Rim Mining, and drop its lawsuit against the government of El Salvador for not having permitted a mine, according to international civil society organizations.
Yesterday, Blue Planet Project organizer Claudia Campero spoke at a media conference in Mexico City about the report Justice for San José del Progreso.
E-oaxaca reports (in Spanish), "Twenty organizations of Mexican and international civil society prese