Activists behind Jakartans’ win over water privatization
Safrin La Batu
The Jakarta Post
Opportunistic: A worker arranges mineral water gallons in Kemanggisan, West Jakarta. An absence or unreliable source of tap water has benefited the water gallon business.(JP/PJ Leo)Jakartans owe dedicated legal activists an unconditional favor for last year’s time consuming court battle to bring the water supply management back to the city administration.
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