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agrarian

a person who favours the redistribution of landed property
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Roberto Acosta, DSWD-IX nutrition program coordinator Jocelyn Gonzaga, Naga Mayor Gemma Adana, Titay Mayor Maria Esperanza Corazon Rillera and her municipal administrator Gil Rillera, PAHP Point Person Marilou Acedo, Municipal Agrarian Reform Program Officers Flordie Bagundol and Ana Maria Calonia, the municipal agricultural officers and municipal social welfare and development officers of Titay and Naga, barangay officials and some DAR personnel.
The Supreme Court unanimously upheld the agrarian reform court's ruling with finality in late 2012.
Berry lives the agrarian life--however, we should note that his agrarianism does not derive from I'll Take My Stand; he only read it after taking his personal stand in Henry County.
dissertation at NUI Maynooth, consists of seven chapters, an introduction and conclusion, and is informed by the theoretical frameworks and perspectives on the origins of the land war, the dynamics of agrarian unrest, and of agrarian and political mobilization offered by scholars from a number of disciplines, among them history, sociology and political science, over the past several decades.
The protesting farmers are demanding the immediate distribution of 17,160 hectares of land that they say is pledged to them under the government's agrarian reform program, and the dismissal of Agrarian Reform Secretary Virgilio Delos Reyes.
The Bahraini Incubators Agricultural Project is considered a perfect example for amalgamation between the public and private sectors and international organizations which contribute to development of the agrarian sector in our national GDP, and supply of local products for the domestic market at the lowest possible rates, in addition to opening new horizons for entrepreneurs.
Signed by Agriculture and Fisheries Minister, Aziz Akhannouch, and Brazilian Minister of Agrarian Development, Bandeira Aphonso Florence, the first memorandum aims to establish a cooperation program in the field of agriculture and rural development.
The bishops, who define agrarian reform as "a set of strategic measures to confront land-ownership concentration and promote sustainable and egalitarian development," said that the process "has become a precarious program of settlements.
This was announced by the chairman of the Agrarian People's Union Stefan Lichev Monday, who said his party is conducting talks with other formations for a joint appearance in the upcoming elections.
According to the report total grain and oilseed stocks in Ukraine, according to the Ministry of Agrarian Policy, were at about 2 million tons by the beginning of the new marketing year.
By 1940, the CRLC had lost 412,000 acres--roughly half the land it owned in Mexieo--to Cardenas's agrarian reforms.
The varied agrarian ideals promoted by these individuals suggest the wide-ranging appeal of an alternative solution to the problems of an increasingly urban society marked by changing gender roles and racial demographics.