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Monday, 4 October 2021

The Sorong Regency government faces three lawsuits from oil palm companies whose licenses were revoked. Land concessions left in a state of neglect have been given to customary communities.

Elder Malamoi (right) walking with the Regent of Sorong, Jhony Kamuru in Aimas, Sorong Regency, West Papua, September 10. The Malamoi indigenous people together with the Indonesian Malamoi Intellectual Association (PIMI) show their support for Jhony Kamuru who is sued by palm oil companies for revoking their licenses, at the Jayapura State Administrative Court (PTUN). Antara/Olha Beginnda . tempo : 168570996683_

THE Jayapura State Administrative Court (PTUN) held another online hearing on the lawsuits of Sorong Agro Sawitindo and Papua Lestari Abadi on Tuesday, September 28. That day, the panel of judges received responses from those two companies regarding the statement of the Regent of Sorong Johny Kamuru regarding the revocation of the oil palm licenses, which had been read in the previous hearing a week earlier.

Representatives of those tw


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