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There are changes in the Ministry of Energy and Mines (Minem). Yesterday, the ministry announced the resignation of Kensy Mayta Samaniego as deputy minister of Mines, and the end of the appointment of Rafael Reyes Vivas as deputy minister of Hydrocarbons.

Both measures were communicated through supreme resolutions No. 011-2022-EM and No. 012-2022-EM, published in an extraordinary edition of the official newspaper El Peruano.

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In addition, both offices were entrusted to José Martín Dávila Pérez, current Vice Minister of Electricity of the mine.

On the other hand, the Government granted a license “for health reasons” from June 20 to 24 of this year to the current holder of the portfolio, Alessandra Gilda Herrera Jara.

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This measure was taken through Supreme Resolution No. 169-2022-PCM, which orders the dispatch of the mine the Minister of Culture, Alejandro Salas Zegarra.

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