Whether foreign investment in Indonesia benefits the people.
Health minister Siti Fadilah Supari warned on 11th April in South Kalimantan (Borneo) that regional governments in Indonesia should be on their guard whenever dealing with international investment proposals.
Siti Fadilah Supari
According to Siti these things should be considered by provincial governors and regents in respect of foreign investment plans:
For example, South Kalimantan's coal needs were less than 1 million tons per year and there was an electricity shortage crisis, yet at the same time 70 million tons of coal was taken out of the province and sold internationally. A lesson should be learned from this: republika
Don't let our natural resources fall into the hands of foreigners while the people don't get anything.