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Fighting the Land Mafia

Monday, February 6, 2023

The land mafia is spreading at a time of poor land administration. There is a need for comprehensive reforms and law enforcers immune to bribes.

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Fighting the Land Mafia. tempo : 172094419397.

LIKE cancer cells undergoing metastasis, the ‘land mafia’ network has spread everywhere. Although it is invisible, its destructive power is all too real. Unfortunately, in many cases, the state is unable to guarantee the right to own land, which should be a basic service for all citizens.

This is what seems to have happened in the land dispute between the Chair of the Indonesian Land Mafia Victims Forum Supardi Kendi Budiardjo and a


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