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State Forest Takeover

Sunday, 22 May 2022

Indigenous people in North Sumatra are protesting the taking of their customary land for the state forest. There is no transparency about the installment of the boundary markers.

A meeting between the indigenous people of Tapian Nauli village and organizers of the Tano Batak Indigenous Peoples Alliance of the Archipelago regarding the unilateral marking of land by the Forestry and Environment Ministry in Tapanuli, North Sumatra, January 16. TempoWitness/Maruli Simanjuntak . tempo : 169569543719_

COSMAS Siringo-ringo, 43 years old, awaits the promise of the Medan Region I Forest Area Consolidation Center to come and inspect the boundary markers erected in their plantations, rice fields, and customary villages. Together with a number of indigenous communities around Lake Toba, Cosmas, who is an elder of the Holbung indigenous community, at the Samosir Regency, North Sumatra, came to the center’s office on Tuesday, April 12. They


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