Belén de Bajirá is a Colombian Corregimiento of Mutatá Municipality in the Antioquia State. The corregimiento (a Colombian division of its municipalities), was claimed by the State of Chocó as a part of Riosucio and then declared municipality in 2000, but the Council of State of Colombia stated on 27 November 2007 that the territory belongs to the State of Antioquia. In 2000 the authorities of the Chocó State founded and approved the municipality in the limits with the Antioquia State, north-east of Chocó and south of the Antioquean Urabá. However, the Antioquean authorities in Medellín stated that the new municipality was on Antioquean territory and demanded the case before the Council of State in Bogotá. By its part, Quibdó defended its decision stating that the municipality was legally on the Chocó site. On 28 November 2007 the Council concluded that the claim of Antioquia was right, because the territory of the municipality was on Antioquean site since 1975 and that the services provided to the municipality has been done from Antioquia and not Chocó. Therefore, Belén de Bajirá became again a corregimiento of Mutatá. The place is rich in gold, nickel, oil, copper, petrol and oil palm, but its population is evidently poor. Wikipedia
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