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Strong Men Behind Makassar Reclamation

Tuesday, September 22, 2020

The extraction of sand for the reclamation of Makassar New Port threatens the livelihoods of fishermen. Matters will get worse after the omnibus law is passed.

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THE conflict over the extraction of sand around Kodingareng Lompo Island, South Sulawesi, illustrates a classic development problem that often sidelines the poorest in our society. The local government has failed to defend the interests of the fishermen who for decades have earned a living from the area.

The large-scale extraction of sand has disrupted the livelihoods of hundreds of fishermen around the islands and coastline of Makassar. It has

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