The head of the Secretariat for Social Management and Dialogue of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers (PCM), Gisselle Huamaní, reported that the Government does not plan to relocate the thousands of invaders who occupy the area of Corvina loin, in the district of Villa El Salvador. He pointed out that they should be the ones who leave the place and return to their homes of origin.
In statements to the press from Lomo de Corvina, he warned that if the illegal occupation continues they will have to apply legal formulas that allow to defend the property.
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“The Ministry of Housing has worked these years on policies to address this problem [las invasiones]. One of the issues is the law that streamlines the construction of affordable housing. Us at this time We are not in a position to relocate them, they will have to settle in their homes of origin, where they have come from. At this time we are not going to relocate them”, he asserted.
“As the regulation says, first the effort is made to dialogue and if the limit is reached where this does not work, there are legal figures and strategies that can be applied, one of them is the defense of possession but also other actions that go into that line. They should not be hereá “, he added.
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This morning Huamaní participated, as a representative of the PCM, in a multisectoral meeting in which representatives of the Ministries of Culture, Housing and Indeci participated, as well as with the lawyer Rubén Ramírez Mateo, spokesman for the inhabitants of the invaded area. However, no agreement was reached.
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The invasion in this place began on April 11. Currently it is reported that there are more than 10 thousand people living in tents and cardboard houses in the sandy area. The Lomo de Corvina area is considered intangible and does not have basic services such as water, electricity and drainage. It is currently under concession from a mining company that manufactures bricks.
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