Reported by Li Sujun, a reporter from the Environmental Information Center Asia Cement's Hualien Xinchengshan Mine District was revoked by the court in September last year because it failed to conduct tribal consultation and consent in accordance with the Basic Law of Indigenous Peoples. ) The local Bsngan tribe will hold a consultative consent vote. Some Bosgan tribesmen went north to protest yesterday (8), believing that the geological safety investigation report of the mining area has not been made public yet, and the affected land inventory is not exhaustive. After coordination, both the Mines Bureau and the Aboriginal Association promised to release relevant information as soon as possible,
and held a briefing session before the polling day to answer the questions of the tribesmen one by one. The extension of the Asian mud mining rights was revoked, and the tribal consultation and consent procedure was re-organized The mining rights of Asia Cement Xinchengshan mining area originally expired in 2017, and the Mining Bureau of the Ministry of Economic Affairs agreed to extend the mining rights period of Asia Cement for 20 years in the same year. wedding photo retouching services Local residents were dissatisfied with this decision and initiated an administrative lawsuit. The Supreme Administrative Court decided in September last year to reject the appeal of Asia Cement , finding that Asia Cement did not conduct consultation and consent of the indigenous peoples in accordance with the "Original Law" in the Xinchengshan mining area, and the judgment was postponed.
The license was invalid, and Asia Cement reverted to the status of the previous application for extension. Xu Jingwen, director of the Mining Bureau, said yesterday that consultation consent is only one of the elements of the application for the extension of mining rights. There are still many conditions that must be met in order to complete the application. In addition, the Mining Bureau is currently facing the revision of the "Mining Law". Suspension of the extension of the mineral rights, and Asia Cement's application for extension of the mineral rights, "is a long time ago." However, according to the current "Mining Law", as long as there is an application, the mining rights are deemed to exist, so Asia Cement can still continue to mine. 51869768439_b67e540aa9_b