The 4th Army has abandoned its plan to relocate former insurgents to an area in tambon Sukhirin of Narathiwat's Sukhirin district following fierce opposition by local residents. The decision comes just a few days after the Internal Security Operations Command Isoc promised to set up a committee to review the plan to establish a new village for the former rebels. According to deputy 4th Army Region commander Maj Gen Wunlop Thitikul, the committee would work closely with more than residents in three villages close to the area where a village for the former insurgents could be established. The proposed committee was apparently floated to ward off pressure from locals who expressed discontent at the plan which is part of the 4th Army Region's "Bring People Home" project aimed at helping them reintegrate into society. Residents are concerned the plan would affect the forest, the environment, tourism and their livelihoods.
4th Army drops 'ex-rebel village' plan
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Protesters clash with riot police during a demonstration opposing the removal of olive trees near the site of the TAP Trans Adriatic Pipeline gas pipeline project in Melendugno, Lecce province, Apulia region, Southern Italy, 28 March Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte has explained why he cannot stop the TAP pipeline project in an open letter to a rebel municipality where the pipeline is expected to come on shore. Activists in the village of Melendugno in the Puglia region are opposing the construction of the TAP pipeline, a part of the Southern Gas Corridor which is one of the priority energy projects for the European Union.
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