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Unfortunate Tale of Umalulu People

Monday, September 28, 2020

A sugarcane plantation and refinery owned by a subsidiary of the Djarum Group in East Sumba took over traditional lands. Indigenous people’s rights continue to be ignored.

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Unfortunate Tale of Umalulu People. tempo : 172142702711.

INDIGENOUS people are always in a weak position when facing companies supported by the government. They are easily forced off the land of their birth by business concessions. This is what has happened to the Umalulu people in East Sumba, East Nusa Tenggara.

The people there are trying to keep their customary land safe from the business expansion of Muria Sumba Manis. This company, in which Djarum group subsidiary Hartono Plantation Indonesia has

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