สิงหาคม 25, 2019, 03:19:33 AM
ข่าว: กลับสู่เว็บไซต์ www.nicaonline.com
หน้า: [1]   ลงล่าง
ผู้เขียน หัวข้อ: Fishing vessels seized for owing millions in fines  (อ่าน 2687 ครั้ง)
0 สมาชิก และ 51 บุคคลทั่วไป กำลังดูหัวข้อนี้
pramaiporn
systems Research
YaBB God
******

Karma: 0
ออฟไลน์ ออฟไลน์

กระทู้: 895


Devil Mask


ดูรายละเอียด
« เมื่อ: กุมภาพันธ์ 02, 2011, 09:32:03 AM »


The Minister of Production, Jorge Villasante, taking part in the operation carried out in Callao. (Photo: Produce)

Fishing vessels seized for owing millions in fines

PERU
Wednesday, February 02, 2011, 04:40 (GMT + 9)


In order to carry out the compulsory collection of millions of dollars worth of debts resulting from fines, the Ministry of Production (Produce) has for the first time, conducted the seizure of fishing vessels during an unannounced raid in Callao, which soon spread throughout the coast.

"From the review we conducted, it is estimated that over 100 vessels owe a collective amount higher than PEN 60 million (USD 21.4 million), which are now ready to be collected in the way of compulsion. Also, more than PEN 150 million (USD 53.4 million) in fines are to be charged as were temporarily stalled by appeals to the Judicial Branch," explained the Minister of Production, Jorge Villasante, who headed the operation.

In this regard, it became apparent that it is not possible for companies that have access to fishing rights and permissions, to not fulfill their obligations. He noted that if companies fail to pay their debts, the procedure may end with the seizure of the vessel.

"There is a clear message to management: if you have access to fishing rights by the administration, you must fulfill your obligations. And if you break the rules, comply with the fines and pay them, as that is why specific regulations exist," said the head of the sector.

Along with inspectors from the Coercive Execution of the Ministry of Production, the minister moved to Los Ferrol, in Callao, to proceed with an embargo on the Lulu fishing vessel, owned by the company San Juan Bautista, which owes PEN 40,284 (USD 14,350), and the Ceci, owned by Los Molinos SRL, with a debt of PEN 241,560 (USD 80,100).

From this measure, the vessels will remain at port, with no rights of departure, as they have not complied by paying the fine which has been requested by the coercive executor.

While this operation was carried out for the first time in Callao, Minister Villasante announced that they will continue the operation in other fishing areas, such as Chimbote, Paita, Sechura, Matarani and Mollendo.

It was reported that the largest amount of fines that have not been paid have been imposed upon vessels with infractions for fishing within five miles of the coast, and are in fact intended for artesanal fishing and have not emited signals through their satellite system in order to avoid fisheries regulations.

editorial@fis.com
www.fis.com
บันทึกการเข้า

หน้า: [1]   ขึ้นบน
พิมพ์
 
กระโดดไป: