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Foreign and Commonwealth Office written question – answered on 27th July 2017.

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Her Majesty's Government what representations they have made to the Peruvian government regarding the publication of any information regarding the register of victims of forced sterilisations, introduced in November 2015, including disclosure of any plans pertaining to reparation for victims.

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Our Embassy in Lima continues to monitor developments on this issue. However, we have not made representations to the Peruvian Government on the publication of information regarding the register of victims of forced sterilisations, introduced in November 2015.

Foreign Office officials met representatives of Amnesty International and the Peru Support Group to discuss the matter on 26 June. Esperanza Huayama, President of the Association of Women of Huancabamba, who was directly affected by the programme of forced sterilisations joined that meeting.

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