Why did Johor quietly degazette Pulau Kukup National Park, ask lawyers


PETALING JAYA: Lawyers for Liberty has called on the Johor state government's to publicly disclose its reason for silently and suddenly degazetting the Pulau Kukup National Park, questioning the silence on such an important matter.

The state government had not provided any reasonable explanation for the de-gazetting of Pulau Kukup, even though the State Exco had made the decision as early as Sept 24, 2018, advisor N Surendran said.

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