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Delayed Fine Settlements for Land Fire Cases

Monday, May 27, 2024

The enforcement of permanent legal rulings in numerous civil court cases, totaling Rp20.29 trillion, is facing delays. Recovery efforts have been stalled.

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A sago factory owned by National Sago Prima, May 8. TEMPO/Richaldo Hariandja . tempo : 172126842070.

The execution of verdicts in environmental civil cases has stalled despite being legally binding. The arrears amount to Rp20.29 trillion. Not only in Riau, stalled executions also occur in Jambi, West Java, Central Kalimantan, West Kalimantan, and South Kalimantan.


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