Indigenous people could be expelled from land for new capital: NGO

Summary by The Jakarta Post
At least 20,000 people from 21 indigenous groups live in the area designated for the construction of the new capital with laws enabling the move from Jakarta not providing enough protection for the communities' land rights, according to the Indigenous Peoples Alliance of the Archipelago (AMAN).
4 months ago

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Indigenous people could be expelled from land for new capital: NGO

At least 20,000 people from 21 indigenous groups live in the area designated for the construction of the new capital with laws enabling the move from Jakarta not providing enough protection for the communities' land rights, according to the Indigenous Peoples Alliance of the Archipelago (AMAN).

4 months ago·Jakarta, Indonesia
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