Peru's top-level administrative boundary currently uses the Peruvian EEZ instead of the territorial waters. Is the current boundary correct?

asked 01 Aug '17, 07:59

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You should discuss that with the Peruvian community:

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answered 01 Aug '17, 08:54

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I have asked the talk-pe mailing list (which is quite low-activity). However, shouldn't the rules for territorial waters be the same for every country?

(01 Aug '17, 09:05) jc86035

Due to the lack of response here, I passed the message to general Talk list:

(18 Dec '17, 03:02) kocio

Although that page (the wiki) is fairly low-activity, there are some more contact details at . Some of those users at least are still active and regularly respond to questions.

(20 Dec '17, 10:41) SomeoneElse ♦

Another thing I'd suggest would be to ask the person who made the change about it in a changeset discussion comment (in a friendly way, not an "I think X is wrong" way).

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answered 20 Dec '17, 10:44

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