|Pathways for conflict outcome / response||Violent targeting of activists|
Project temporarily suspended
Following a government investigation in August 2015, Plantaciones de Pucallpa S.A.C. was issued with a suspension order. Nevertheless, in May 2016, officials from the Ministry of Agriculture, who form part of an ongoing legal investigation into Plantaciones de Pucallpa S.A.C.'s activities, found that the company continues working, in contravention of this order (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UPU9nRilTe8&feature=youtu.be).
- Following a formal complaint issued by the community in December 2015, the RSPO instructed Plantaciones de Pucallpa S.A.C. to stop work, pending further investigation. This investigation is ongoing.
- In late June 2016, notices appeared in the Indonesian newspaper The Jakarta Post announcing that Plantaciones de Pucallpa S.A.C., along with another Melka-controlled company, Plantaciones de Ucayali S.A.C. (also subject to a MINAGRI suspension order since 2014), planned to sell their plantation lands through the Peruvian trust services company, La Fiduciaria S.A. According to the Environmental Investigation Agency,
"The June 2015 sale announcement lists the offshore company “SH UOL Administrative Agent Limited,” based in Bermuda, as the beneficiary of the trust, but records are not available regarding who really owns this company. If this sale is structured specifically to evade Peruvian law or sanctions, the sale would be considered illegal, according to Peruvian environmental lawyer, Cesar Ipenza. However, even in absence of outright illegality, the trust structure allows anonymity, both of the true current owners of the properties and those who might be acquiring them."