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As I see it, there are 2 separate issues, although very closely related: Land ownership and land use. In an ideal world it should be less important who owns these lands, as long as their use can be managed in a fair to all, reasonable and just way (with all its implications). However, from our past experience I am justifiably concerned that this type of use might not be the case, if the lands are owned by the PIB. For this reason, as well as most of those mentioned by other contributors to this forum, see above, I am opposed to reverting the ownership of these lands back to the PIB.

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