An article by Ni Komang Erviani, The Jakarta Post.

Bali Governor Made Mangku Pastika has finally caved in to the increasing public opposition to the planned massive reclamation at Benoa Bay.

On Saturday, he announced that he had officially revoked the permit issued to a private company to carry out the plan, which would see the creation of more than 880 hectares of land in the bay and the development of sprawling tourism facilities.

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