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Lessons after 245 dead people due to fire in Brazilian dancing place

After the fire in the Brazilian disco that caused the tragedy of 245 dead people on January 27 th, 2013. Most of them died asphyxiated due to toxic gas of fire. There are some lessons to learn:

1- Do not stay in places for a huge number of people, any kind (entertainment, educational,etc) if there are not at least three available exit doors.

2- Denounce if the public place has no available exit doors and fire extintors

3- Make lobby as society. The town together as it is now because of the tragedy.If authorities do little because they are useless to do what a child would do right, or if they are corrupted.

Do not forget that if people say no to a bad service, not to go or consume it, then the object of comsuption will close, don’tmake money, don’t keep on the business and if so, would be just responsability of consumers.



Many not clear matters in Concession of Peruvian Paita Port

Cayetana Aljovín, Director of Pro Inversión (Peruvian organism for Investments) explains that Paita Port was not sold as a gift to Consorcio Terminales Euroandinos and says that it is not true that government will assure the enterprise winner of the Concession a 14 million dollar income yearly. Also that Peruvian government supports the same way to all enterprises that goes for a Concession acording to the contracts.

Video source: You Tube by gerardolipe20.

The Peruvian Congresswoman Marisol Espinoza explains how Emergency Decree 047 is fixed to favor the enterprise that won the concession of Paita Port northern Peru. It orders the national organism Comptroller not to give any opinion about the process of concession. The Chief Comptroller considers that Decree should be reviewed, however it is hard to believe that government would allow it, because there is a Supreme Decree 181 and 40 law reforms that are in favor to the enterprise winner and government assures the minimum income 14 million dollars yearly.

There was a proposal  to organize a Comission to investigate the Concession of Paita Port  in order to respond the reason why the enterprise winner was grantted with the Concession if had the least experience in port matters compared to the other two competitors. What is more Consorcio Terminales Euroandinos did not appear in the world ranking of ports managing.

It was supposed that Pro Inversión would wait to sign the Concession September 14 th, but they did it on 9 th the same day, few hours later, a group of Congressmen , leaded by Marisol Espinoza, questioned them on several points,

Platicando con Tarket’s opinion: At this point of the events, think government will not allow any investigation. As always they said the last word.



Urgent more coordination in Peruvian institutions against money laundering

Devida

Picture by Andina oficial Peruvian Agency News.

The southamerican country Perú is in the position 12 th in Latin America that makes money laundering according to The Peruvian Comission for the Development and Life with no drugs Devida’s report. They say that it is made through banking and other 14 channels.

This money laundering moves more that two thousand million American dollars.

Platicandocontarket.wordpress.com opinion: Whoever goes to any country in Latin America will see ‘progress’ because there are lots of ‘new buildings’ for living, for amusement such as casinos, estate brokerage, malls, luxury stores who rarely sell something. It is natural to think how do they survive? Of course if they belong to a chain or the owner has other well known business to support the luxury ones makes sense, but there are lots of cases that is at least quite suspicious! And of course drug traffic feeds this sudden ‘progress’ if we see that there are many burocratic paperworks for small and honest entrepeneurs.

Following text source: Devida.gob.pe

Para hacer frente al negocio ilícito del narcotráfico debe existir una coordinación permanente entre todas las instituciones vinculadas a la lucha contra el delito de lavado de activos, recomienda el informe “El Lavado de Activos en el Perú: Diagnóstico y Propuestas”, elaborado por Macroconsult, a solicitud de DEVIDA.

Este importante documento fue elaborado por la consultora Macroconsult, a solicitud de DEVIDA, con el fin de fortalecer los sistemas de prevención y control del lavado de activos en el Perú.  El documento fue presentado hoy por el Presidente Ejecutivo de DEVIDA, Rómulo Pizarro, y por Luis Alberto Arias Minaya de Macroconsult.

El jefe de DEVIDA señaló que el delito de lavado de activos es un problema para el Perú y alertó que “mientras más desarrollado sea nuestro país más difícil será detectar el ingreso de activos ilícitos en nuestro economía”.

Tal actividad ilícita –añadió- implica un movimiento de 2 mil millones de dólares, cuya fiscalización se está constituyendo en una de las entradas válidas para combatir el tráfico ilícito de drogas y estupefacientes.

Precisó que el presente informe permitirá mejorar el trabajo que ya viene realizando desde hace algunos años el Comité Interinstitucional de Lucha contra el Lavado de Activos. “Vamos a llevar adelante estas recomendaciones y dentro de un año podremos evaluar y ver cuánto hemos avanzado y cuánto nos falta, lo que queda claro es que no nos quedaremos con los brazos cruzados”, enfatizó.

Destacó asimismo el compromiso de las instituciones del Estado para atacar este delito, tales como SBS, UIF-Perú, SUNAT, SUNARP, Ministerio Público, DIRANDRO “pese a los limitados recursos con los que cuenta frente a los recursos del narcotráfico”.

 Informe

Entre otros aspectos, el informe propone una revisión del sistema operativo y marco legal del delito de lavado de activos. Además, recomienda que la Unidad de Inteligencia Financiera del Perú (UIF-PERÚ) asuma el completo liderazgo del sistema antilavado de activos en todos sus procesos y etapas.

Para Macroconsult, la gestión de la UIF-Perú debe ampliarse para supervisar sectores fuera del ámbito financiero porque el lavado de activos también se realiza a través de otros mecanismos. Otra tarea que debe realizar este organismo es hacer seguimiento a los Informes de Inteligencia Financiera (IIF) que envía al Ministerio Público para la investigación del delito. Actualmente, su responsabilidad culmina con el envío del informe al Ministerio Público.

Asimismo, el informe propone además dar fuerza y obligatoriedad a los acuerdos del Comité Interinstitucional de Lucha contra el Lavado de Activos, que preside DEVIDA.

Según el documento, el Perú se ubica en el puesto 12 de los países de América Latina que más dinero lava a través de canales bancarios y 14 en canales no bancarios.

El lavado de activos se realiza principalmente mediante las siguientes formas: la compra de bienes inmuebles, automóviles, joyas, entre otros; la exportación del dinero ilegal y su depósito en países denominados paraísos financieros, la creación de empresas que requieren efectivo para funcionamiento y operaciones en el sistema financiero.

En el Perú, la Policía Nacional del Perú (PN) ha identificado que las técnicas más utilizadas para el lavado de activos son el trabajo de “pitufo” canalizando depósitos menores a US$ 10,000. Esta cantidad no está sujeta a supervisión financiera.

Miraflores, 09 de septiembre de 2009

GERENCIA DE RELACIONES INSTITUCIONALES Y COMUNICACIÓN

 

 

 



What a shame!Top Peruvian Army authorities involved in theft of ration of food for antiterrorists soldiers

The manager of  the enterprise ‘Alexis International’ Néstor Zegarra denounces that there was corruption in the tender to provide food for soldiers antiterrorists who serve in the VRAE area (terrorist and traffic drugs center) in the central jungle in Perú.

Zegarra’s participated in the tender and he shows some proves. The winner enterprise Prolac S.A. did have expired packed food. What is more the Chief of Peruvian Army, General Francisco Contreras was denounced by Zegarra.

The tender was for 980, 000 soles (315,000 American dollars).

Congressman Renzo Regiardo points out more ‘irregularities’ in the tender for 25, 000 food rations to these Peruvian soldiers. Also he denounces that Prolac S.A. and Jadar S.R.L. are the same and are property of David and Javier Arévalo López who was the nice groom of the ex Peruvian President Alejandro Toledo.

This man Javier Arévalo López in 2004 was hired without examination and only in seven months was promoted and had salary duplication raise twice. A legal investigation determined that his contract was ilegal.

Video source: You Tube by gerardolipe20



Peruvian Journalist Gorriti’s book will reveal more names involved in corruption on Alan Garcia’s government

Source: You Tube by gerardolipe20