The Board concluded that Peru is not eligible for an extension for the publication of EITI Reports (2015-2016). The EITI Board grants Peru an extension of the deadline for commencement of the second Validation.
The Board concluded that Peru is ineligible for an extension of the reporting deadline for the 2015 and 2016 EITI Reports. The Board noted that the delayed reports were published on 12 February 2018. In accordance with previous practice, the suspension was not enforced.
The EITI Board grants Peru an extension of the deadline for commencement of the second Validation. Taking into account the progress made on corrective actions, the delays in preparing for Validation caused by the delays with the 2015 EITI Report,
Annual Progress Report for year 2016 in Perú
This is Peru's 2016 Annual Progress Report in accordance to requirement 7.4 and 8.4.
This is a report submitted by the Independent Validator SDSG on the findings of the 2016 Validations.
SDSG conducted Validations for Azerbaijan, Ghana, Kyrgyz Republic, Liberia, Mali, Mauritania, Mongolia, Nigeria, Norway, Peru, São Tomé & Príncipe, Solomon Islands, Tajikistan, and Timor-Leste
Peru's Validation commenced on 1 July 2016. On January 11 2017, the EITI Board found that Peru has made meaningful progress in implementing the 2016 EITI Standard.
The following documentation laid the basis for the Board's decision, attached below:
The Board agreed that Peru has made meaningful progress overall in implementing the 2016 EITI Standard.
Description: See PDF attached below
Internal: Board Circular 224Peru Validation 2016 country dossierPublic domain:Documentation (Validation Report, MSG comments, initial data collection)News item on the decision: Peru leads the way in EITI implementation in Latin America
Find the minutes of the Validation Committee meeting on Monday 24 October 2016 at 13:00-17:00 Kazakh Time below.
Scalar politics and transnational governance innovations: A political settlements lens on the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative in the Andes
AbstractThe Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) originated in the international domain but can only operate if adopted at a national scale. How EITI unfolds in a particular country is thus a consequence of the particular interactions between domestic and transnational political processes, and among ideas, institutions and political interests existing at these different national and transnational scales. National politics is especially crucial to the forms taken by EITI.