Timber leading S'wak gov't into legal soup

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A rash of legal actions is being planned against the Sarawak government over licences granted for the extraction of timber from native customary rights (NCR) land and catchment areas by a state representative who is disappointed that his questions on the issue had been ignored.

PKR Batu Lintang assemblyperson See Chee How said he will file a series of court actions against the government and the timber companies concerned.

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