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[PDF] Penan ask Norwegian manager to respect their rights [Malaysian]

Author: Bruno Manser Fund, Published on: 20 May 2012

The six Penan communities of Long Lutin, Long Pakan, Long Lilim, Ba Abang, Long Kawi and Long Item
have sent letters to Torstein Dale Sjotveit, CEO of Sarawak Energy...the Malaysian power supplier in charge of the implementation of Sarawak’s dam projects, demanding that a stop be put to all further work on the proposed Baram mega-­‐dam. The people are against Torstein Dale Sjotveit’s plans for the dam, since the 1,200 MW Baram dam would flood their ancestral lands and villages, affecting a total of 20,000 natives...

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Related companies: Sarawak Energy