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Tahoe Resources (TAHO): Guatemala’s Constitutional Court asks for more

Yesterday, Guatemala’s Constitutional Court (CC) made noises on the Tahoe Resources Escobal mine case but, rather than give the type of resolution the company tried to hint at during BMO last week, told the lawyers in the case it wanted more studies and evidence before handing down a judgement in the case. The CC wants a study of the population around the mine (again to see if there are indigenous there) as well as more information on the way the licences were originally granted by the Ministries at the time.
The separate bodies have 10 to 15 days to submit the evidences. From that moment the CC says it will take the time it considers prudent before making a decision.

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