They seek to guarantee the rights of those affected by the Chan I project in Bocas del Toro

The Ombudsman’s Office participated in a work tour in the city of Changuinola to follow up on the TRI Agreement, between the State, communities and the company AES.

The TRI is the agreement between the Panamanian State, the AES company and the residents who were affected by the Chan I project, but in which through dialogue they are receiving a series of benefits and compensation.

The Ombudsman is the mediating entity in the tripartite table that reviews compliance with the agreements reached in 2019.

The Ombudsman Eduardo Leblanc González participated in the meeting, accompanied by the Director of Human Rights Protection, Julio De Gracia.

“During this visit we were able to serve residents of Charco La Pava with whom an agreement was reached so that the State meets the needs demanded by said population,” Leblanc González highlighted.

The Ombudsman has stated that the Dialogue Table established revolves around the defense of the human rights of the population affected by the Chan I reservoirs and compliance with the agreements.

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