Lubok Antu District
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|Lubok Antu District|
|Division||Sri Aman Division|
|District||Lubok Antu District|
|• Type||Council-manager government|
|• Chairman||Encik Jack Aman Luat|
|• Total||3,142.55 km2 (1,213.35 sq mi)|
|• Density||8.9/km2 (23/sq mi)|
|International dialling code prefix||+6083 (landline only)|
Lubok Antu is a district in the Sri Aman Division of the state of Sarawak, Malaysia. It borders on Indonesia (Badau). The people here are predominantly Ibans. Most of its economical activity is farming (shift cultivation).
Lubok Antu is governed by the Lubok Antu District Council which is a local government organisation formed under the State Government's Local Authorities Ordinance, 1956. The council has the right to implement council by-laws from enactments and ordinanace as approved by the State Government which, includes taxation, rentals and finance autonomy.
The council consists of a chairman, or a chairperson, a vice-chairman, and 26 council members who are appointed by the Yang Dipertua Negeri Sarawak under section 12, Local Authorities Ordinance, 1996.
- "Sarawak Population". sarawak.gov.my. Sarawak Government. Retrieved June 1, 2017.
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