March 27, 2018.- Within the framework of the Inter-institutional Agreement signed between the Center for the Development of the Amazonian Indigenous (CEDIA) and the Regional Directorate of Agriculture of Cusco (DRA C), on January 17 of this year 9 files were delivered from 9 native communities -Aendoshiari, Alto Paquishiari, Alto Picha, Koribeni, Porenkishiari, Monte Carmelo, Sababantiari, Shimaa, Shivankoreni and Tivoriari- located in the districts of Echarati and Megantoni, to the registry office of the National Superintendence of Public Records (SUNARP) of Quillabamba to register their property titles in the Real Property Registry. Likewise, on January 19 of this year, 5 files from 5 native communities -Ashaninka Yevanashi, Huayanay, Kepitoshi, Kiruchariato, Maketi and Monkirenshi- located in the districts of Pichari and Kimbiri have been entered, which have been entered into the Registry Zone XIV of SUNARP located in Ayacucho. Despite continuous monitoring of the enrollment process, after more than 2 months, they have not been enrolled to date.
At the Quillabamba headquarters they point out that the evaluation has already passed in the cadastre area and the legal evaluation for registration is pending. In the SUNARP of Ayacucho they state that they have a “heavy workload”, as they are finishing evaluating the files from December 2017, and then starting the qualification of the files presented in January 2018; They estimate that as of April 19, they could be qualified for enrollment.
However, the General Regulation of Public Registries establishes that the registration of legal status must be given within 48 business hours; in the case of property registration inscriptions, it is 7 days. If a report from the cadastre area is required, the time is 35 business days; if the title is observed it requires a 50 day extension. Therefore, we can conclude that there is a non-compliance with the deadlines, while the native communities are still on hold. Which do not feel legally supported against possible threats of invasion. Some, like Maketi or Huallanay, have already been managing their degree for 10 years. Therefore, from CEDIA it is expected that the authorities will give priority to the case because the time that has elapsed has already exceeded the established limit.