Total Presence Development Bureau strengthens Kañaris February 2, 2013 Development Board which promotes Kañaris Executive presence is strengthened by all its members working group agreed to create two subgroups related to Mining and Environment and Sustainable Social Development. Also invest 100 million soles in education, transportation, health and development for that area. Lambayeque, February 2, 2013. - In order to find solutions to the impasse in the mining district of Kañaris ferreñafano, members of the Working Committee for the Development of the town gathered in full force to address this issue. The meeting was attended by the High Commissioner of the National Dialogue and Sustainability (ONDS) of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers (PCM), Vladimiro Huaroc Portocarrero, deputy mining minister, Guillermo Shinno, regional president of Lambayeque, Humberto Acuña Peralta , Congressman Virgil lambayecano Acuña Peralta. Also, representatives of the executive, local government and social organizations. At the meeting they discussed issues related to sustainable social development districts Incahuasi and Salas. It also agreed to include representatives of various institutions which include a representative of the Municipality of Salas, a representative of the Municipality of Incahuasi, two representatives of the farming communities of Incahuasi, a representative of the Association of Ecological Producers, a representative of the Association Kañaris Defense Coalition. Similarly, a representative of the landholders in the upper Kañaris, a representative of the Commission on Irrigation District Motupe, a representative of the Ministry of Environment, a representative of the Ministry of Culture, a representative of the Ministry of Economy and Finance and a representative of the company Candente Copper Peru SA At the meeting, held in the City of Ferreñafe, two subgroups were formed also working to continue the dialogue. These are the subgroups related to Mining and Environment and Sustainable Social Development. Kañaris peasant communities, San Juan and Tupac Amaru also expressed their willingness to integrate these subgroups with representatives of the executive and other member institutions of the Bureau of Labor. During their participation, responsible for ONDS highlighted the presence of 100% of the members of the Working Committee and the incorporation of new actors, in order to bring development to these less fortunate peoples of the region, coinciding with the guidelines social inclusion set by the government of President Ollanta Humala. Huaroc Portocarrero said that 100 million will be allocated to this area soles to meet demands in health, transport, education, environment and social development. Note that to continue the development of the Bureau of Labor, and collect the progress of subgroups, was set as the date for the next meeting on March 2, in the district of Kañaris.