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The Government says there are 234 farms occupying 3,047 hectares not authorized for development of shrimp production. (Photo: acuacultura.gov.ec/FIS)

Aquaculturists oppose shrimp farm evictions

ECUADOR
Friday, August 06, 2010, 04:10 (GMT + 9)



The National Chamber of Aquaculture (CNA) intends to help producers of shrimp that are included in the period of extension of the regulatory process of shrimp farms to avoid being evicted. With this motive, the Government undertook to request legal and environmental advice.

The shrimp sector has been undergoing a process of adjustment since April this year. Under this plan, the National Directorate of Aquatic Spaces (Dirnea) announced that the occupants of more than 7,000 hectares of shrimp farms that are operating illegally are to be evicted.

According to the entity, in Ecuador there are 234 farms occupying 3,047 hectares not authorized for development of shrimp production.

In June, the government decided that farmers who exploit plots of 0-10 hectares would have three months to legalise their activities.

According to industry sources, this measure benefits only about 5 per cent of the Ecuadorian shrimp farmers.

During this week, members of the productive sector will develop a document outlining their concerns about the situation of shrimp farms that operate on more than 10 hectares.

The national director of Aquatic Spaces, Jaime Ayala said that for the Department of Marine Coastal Management, there exists 1,300 hectares which were created illegally since 1999.

Meanwhile, the head of the Subsecretariat of Aquaculture, José Centanaro, clarified that the extension of 90 days for shrimp producers operating plots of 0-10 hectares to legalise their activities was a "political, not technical" decision by the national government.

"This was a decision by President [Rafael] Correa to help small shrimp farmers to subsist, since the business system is low relative to the rest," said the subsecretary.

Related article:

- Extension of shrimp regularisation a political decision


By Analia Murias
editorial@fis.com
www.fis.com


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