Saturday, January 3, 2009

Indonesia: Mining development: to "relocate" unskilled Catholic population, which likely will not benefit from such

(Social Justice South Africa; c.f. Reuters (Secular; British; Independent) 02/01/2008)

Article by Marc Aupiais

In a project overtly objected to by Indonesia's Environmental minister, Sonny Keraf : as not clearly viable, rejected by Environmental groups, and others, and somewhat controversially proposed: Yusuf Merukh, who once was known in politics: plans to relocate 100 000 (One Hundred Thousand): people: predominantly Catholic: in order to mine copper: outside workers will be brought in for such, as those being relocated, are largely unskilled, meaning they are much less likely to profit from the project: on relocation. At least one previous project by the man: has turned up no profits, with minerals being nothing but a hoax: according to Reuters.

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