The Indonesian government’s plan to move its capital to Borneo ignores the voices of the Dayak indigenous people and poses massive risks to the environment.
Jakarta remains among the least safe cities in the region. But the threats residents face are systemic rather than violent.
Time is running out for Jakarta. The Indonesian government must act to either move its capital or revive the sinking city.
Relocating Indonesia’s capital will not relocate Jakarta’s existing problems. Joko Widodo’s administration needs to face these problems head-on.
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