Indonesia Police: Investigate & Prosecute destroyers of Tripa!
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Chairman of REDD+ Task Force
Kuntoro Mangkusubroto
Chairman of the REDD+ Task Force working group
Mas Achmad Santosa
Deputi I (Planning and International Relation) UKP4
Heru Prasetyo
Head of National Council for Climate Change
Agus Purnomo
Ministry of Forestry
Zulkifli Hasan
Head of EU Representative in Aceh
Giovanni Serritella
Excutive Director UNEP
Achim Steiner
Academic expert UNEP
Pavan Sukhdev
Wakil Ketua Komisi III DPR RI
Tjatur Sapto Edia
Wakil Ketua Komisi III DPR RI
Muhammad Nasir Djamil
Anggota Komisi III DPR RI
Eva Sundari
Governor and Vice Governor of Aceh
Zaini Abdullah and Muzakkir Manaf
Head of BP2T Aceh Province
Muhammad Yahya
Jubir & Penasehat Ahli Gubernur
Fachrul Razi
Gubernur Aceh
Zaini Abdullah
Gubernur Aceh
Zaini Abdullah
Muzakkir Hamid
Muzakkir Hamid
Kepala Kepolisian Republik Indonesia
Timur Pradopo
Presiden Republik Indonesia
Soesilo Bambang Yudhoyono
Presiden Republik Indonesia
Soesilo Bambang Yudhoyono
Ministry of Environment
Balthasar Kambuaya
GRASP coordinator
Doug Cress
Komisaris Jenderal POLRI

Indonesia Police: Investigate & Prosecute destroyers of Tripa!

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      Aceh Province, Indonesia

Your support has made our previous petition at a historical success! But with Tripa still being burned, cleared, destroyed and the Sumatran Orangutan still being pushed closer to extintion, we need to urgently double our efforts and keep up the pressure and action!

The Governor of Aceh has made history by finally revoked the license of one of the illegally operating companies thanks to the pressure generated by our first petitions. But with 5 more companies still destroying protected area inside Tripa, the fight has only just begun!

There are still companies with breaking the law in Tripa continuing to clear protected forests and driving the local Sumatran Orangutan population closer to extinction, urgent action is required to save Tripa.

The national police needs to investigate and prosecute law-breakers, namely those who are breaking National Spatial Planning law 26/2007 Government Regulation 26/2008 which protects the 2.7 million hectare Leuser Ecosystem, home to critically endangered Orangutans, and also Sumantra Tigers, Elephants, Rhinos and countless other iconic species.

Community members filed a police report in November, now with the legal precedent of the first permit being revoked, it's the perfect time for the National Police to take action and bring this next case to the courts.

Together, we can take this next step, help the community, demand the police uphold Indonesian law, save Tripa, and set a huge precedent for the protection of ALL of Indonesian forests.

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