On August 6, 2018, the MICI received a complaint related to two projects financed by IDB Invest: "Generadora San Mateo SA" (GU3794A-01) and "Generadora San Andrés SA" (GU3798A-01) from residents of Northern Guatemala. This complaint was registered on August 13, 2018. For more information, access the registry file.
On June 11, 2018, MICI received a complaint related to two technical cooperations financed by the IDB: “Isolated Indigenous Peoples Reservations Regularization Project” (PE-T1258) and “Isolated Indigenous Peoples Reservations Regularization” (PE-T1276) from the Inter-ethnic Association for the Development of the Peruvian Amazon (AIDESEP) representing the Peoples in Isolation and Initial Contact (PIIC). This complaint was registered on June 18th. For further information, access the Registry File.
On May 30, 2018, the IDB Board of Executive Directors approved the Recommendation and Terms of Reference for a Compliance Review regarding the “Alto Maipo Hydroelectric Proyect” (CH-L1067). The investigation will start once the two experts who will form the Compliance Review Panel are selected. Throughout the investigation, MICI will coordinate closely with the Independent Accountability Mechanism of the IFC (CAO). For more information, access the Registry File.
On June 5, 2018, MICI received a complaint related to the "Ituango Hydropower Plant Project" (11794-04) from the representative of the Requesters. This complaint was registered on June 11, which initiates the process of eligibility. For more information, access the Registry File.
On May 30, 2018, Management sent its response and asked the MICI for a temporary suspension of the eligibility process for a 45 business day period, as provided in the MICI Policy. This deadline will allow a series of corrective actions to the Project which were included in an Action Plan and a Work Schedule. The MICI granted the suspension, which expires on August 2, 2018.
As a result of a series of dialogues and analysis facilitated by MICI, on April 12, 2018, the Costa Rican Electricity Institute (ICE), the Requesters and the Administration of the IDB Group reached an agreement to provide a comprehensive solution that allows the restoration of access to water for animal troughs and irrigation of the Requester’s property. The MICI prepared the Assessment and Consultation Phase Report of this case, in which the actions and results of the process are highlighted. As part of this Report, a Follow-up Plan prepared with the Parties was presented to the Board of Executive Directors for consideration and was approved on June 4. With this, the monitoring stage of the agreements begins. The parties have agreed to keep the final agreement, as well as other documents and studies used during the process, as confidential. For this reason, the Report presents only a summary.
On February 14, 2018 the IDB Board of Executive Directors considered the Compliance Review Report for the “Drainage in the Municipalities of La Paz and El Alto” (BO-L1028) presented by MICI. For more information see the case registry file.
On February 1, MICI determined that the Request was eligible because it met all the eligibility criteria established in the MICI Policy. The Request was transferred to the Consultation Phase following the request of the Requesters. For more information, see the case registry file.
In January 2018, MICI received two new complaints linked to Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) projects in Chile and Argentina. For more information, access the Public Registry of the MICI-IDB.
On October 19, 2017 MICI received a new complaint related to the "Reventazon Hydroelectric Power Project" (CR-L1049). On October 26, MICI notified the complainants about the closure of the administrative process as one of the exclusions established in paragraph 19 of the MICI Policy applied. For more information, see the registry file.