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FULL LIST: 21 closed down mining firms and their violations

Earlier this week, Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Secretary Gina Lopez held a press conference on the results of the mining audit.

A total of 21 mines were up FOR CLOSURE.

Check the photos below to see which ones and what their violations were.
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Meanwhile, President Duterte reiterated his full support for 'pro poor' DENR Secretary Gina Lopez after her agency closed down 21 mining firms.
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"You know, I support her. And there was never a time that I called her to slow down a little bit because on one hand is the strict implementation of the mining laws," said Duterte.

"She's so passionate about, not about the mining laws but about the little men on the land tilling," he said.

"She's the pro-people, pro-poor policies that I said when I took her in, 'You can have your way, just be fair and make it legal,'" said the President.
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