Opponents construction of an oil pipeline US catch again bone in the right
A judge in Washington on Monday determined that the construction of the last piece of the infamous Dakotapijpleiding for oil transport can simply continue.
A group of indians from the conscious area of the court in the District of Columbia requested the instance to stop.
The Standing Rock Sioux and Cheyenne River Sioux were inserted by the completion of the pipeline the indians in their religious ceremonies no longer able to perform. The guidance is laid out to a lake where the surrounding land, according to the indians sacred to them.
The Dakota pipeline connects the oil fields in North Dakota with refineries in the Gulf of Mexico. The lead is town, and at 1885 miles long. The construction of the pipeline will cost 3.8 billion dollars (3.5 billion euros). President Trump decided by decree that the lead despite protests from the indians, and klimaatactivisten can get there.
Lawyers are convinced that the indians now have no legal means for the construction.
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