ASIA

Religious groups can now get mining licences in Indonesia

Jokowi's policies raise alarm as 2024 elections loom

Jokowi at the World Bank annual meeting in 2018. Photo: Simon Roughneen / Shutterstock

Jokowi at the World Bank annual meeting in 2018. Photo: Simon Roughneen / Shutterstock

Indonesian President Joko Widodo, known as Jokowi, has enacted a regulation permitting religious organisations to obtain mining licences, raising mixed views amongst spectators.  The new law grants...

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