Panama, protests against hydroelectric projects

Posted on October 14, 2011 • Filed under: Conflicts, Enviromental Issues, Panama, Politics

Indigenous groups, peasants, students and environmentalists in the province of Veraguas took the date of the meeting yesterday of America to make their rejection of the establishment of hydroelectric projects and mining in their communities. The march started from the Parish of San Juan de Canto Llano, traveled Tenth Street, where two panels closed for 20 minutes in front of the bus terminal in Santiago to protest against the establishment of hydroelectric projects that aim to develop in the rivers Santa María , San Juan, Gatu, Cuaya, Corita, Bermejo and Bulabá in Veraguas. Read Article

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