Ministry has advised communities against mining road at Parabara – GHRA

The Ministry of Natural Resources and the Environment has written to indigenous communities advising them that no mining-related road construction must take place within the Parabara, South Rupununi area, the Guyana Human Rights Association (GHRA) has said.

The GHRA met with Minister Robert Persaud and other ministry officials on Thursday and discussed a number of issues including the Parabara road. In a statement, the GHRA said that the ministry has written the respective indigenous communities advising them that no mining-related road construction must take place within the Parabara, South Rupununi, location.

“With respect to the new road aimed at penetrating the New River Triangle, …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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