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Gold/Mining/Energy : Minera IRL -- Ignore unavailable to you. Want to Upgrade?

To: mark_ikn who wrote (1027)11/26/2021 12:21:24 PM
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Thank you Mark for all your effort! I have used the Rio Tinto whistleblower function.

It is very telling that the board cannot deny the claims we CS have put forward. Not even after three months of investigation. As I wrote above, they must be agonizing over how to handle the truth. Also, they cannot produce a timeline for the development of Ollachea. Any other mining company out there which cannot provide a timeline on its own webpage for the development of its flagship asset?

To: mark_ikn who wrote (1027)11/29/2021 10:33:38 PM
From: Kiwi Pom  Read Replies (1) | Respond to of 1341
A question.

The response from the company mentions this

"Both the report of the Special Committee and the Baker Tilly report will be forwarded to our independent statutory auditors, PKF Littlejohn LLP, for their review and consideration."

Which is the better direction to raise complaint - Littlejohn or UK-based Davidson.

I would have imagined only one set of auditors - but perhaps I am showing my ignorance.

Any views appreciated.