Indonesian NGO takes aim at government for failure to handle haze

Mongabay: A human rights watchdog in Indonesia intervened in this year’s haze crisis on Monday to criticize the government for failing to do enough to protect the human rights of citizens affected by toxic pollution. “Kontras does not see any coordination among state institutions or even serious steps to provide protection of the fundamental rights of citizens who live around the [affected] forest area and land,” Puri Kencana, a senior official at the Commission for “the Disappeared” and Victims of Violence......

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