Peru government apologizes for 1992 killings of farmers

Posted on November 16, 2011 • Filed under: Crime, Latin America Indigenous Issues, Peru, Politics

The state of Peru has apologized to the families of those kidnapped and killed nine farmers by the Colina Group in 1992 in the Santa, the capital of the province, located in the department of Ancash (west). The secretary of the High Level Multisectoral Commission (CMAN), Isabel Coral, and the executive secretary of the National Council for Human Rights, José Burnet, have been responsible for expressing the state forgiveness to the families of the victims.Read Article

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