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Anies Baswedan Asked to Sack Regional Secretary over Reclamation

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - The Jakarta Reclamation Victims Alliance today launched a protest in front of the Jakarta City Hall on Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan’s first day at the office.

Dozens of people lined up carrying flags and posters stating their rejection of the Jakarta Bay reclamation project. The rally participants demanded regional secretary Saefullah be fired.

“Fire Saefullah now,” the participants chanted.

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Bobby, one of the rally orators, demanded Anies to meet representatives of the alliance at the City Hall. “We came here to support the governor to reject the reclamation [project]. Those who continue the reclamation project will face us,” he said.

Bobby alleged that Saefullah made a deal with PT Kapuk Naga Indah president director Surya Pranoto Budihardjo and director Firmantodi Sarlito on August 11. At that time, the moratorium for the reclamation project had not been revoked.

The agreement signed by Saefullah reportedly contains land use based on a certificate for Islet D management right.

“The deal made by the Jakarta administration and Kapuk Naga Indah must be revoked,” Taufiqurrahman, spokesperson of the lawyer team for the Jakarta Reclamation Victims Alliance.

Taufiqurrahman hopes that the new governor Anies Baswedan will listen to their aspirations.


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