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« เมื่อ: มีนาคม 11, 2010, 05:10:11 AM »

Four amendments added to shrimp farming decree

ECUADOR
Thursday, March 11, 2010, 02:20 (GMT + 9)

The central government will undertake several changes to Executive Decree Nº 261 of 27 February 2010, which reforms the Regulation to the Law of Fishing and Fisheries Development. The decision was made in response to protests carried out by shrimp producer groups in the country.

The head of the Subsecretariat of Aquaculture, Jose Centanaro, recognised that there were errors in the writing of the text, which is why the initial proposal will carry additional corrections.

The decree at issue does not allow shrimp farming firms to have more than 250 hectares of shrimp farm, and more than 50 in the case of individuals.

Centanaro noted that between 2,000 and 3,000 hectares of shrimp farming production of an oligarchic nature exist in the country, a situation that drove the government to limit the possession of productive lands.

However, the subsecretary announced Tuesday that it will correct three points and will reconsider another one, of a total of nine articles that conform the new norm.

The amendments will include articles and wording related to revoking a concession, the limits of production in private property, the association between individuals, and the validity of concessions that the State grants, El Universo reports.

Last Monday in Guayaquil shrimp farmers demanded that the governmental initiative prohibit relationships between producers. Their protest points as much to low lands, beach or bay zones where the State grants a concession, as high lands that are private property, where a state authorisation for the operation of the land is required of shrimp farmers.

In addition, aquaculturists reject that one of the new grounds to revoke a concession is for a case of environmental affectation.

In terms of environmental damage, Centanaro admitted that “lacked specificicity; there the subject is superficial and very broad.”

In terms of the bearing of the decree on activity in private lands, he indicated: “I must recognise that the word authorisation has been used, when it did not have any business being included there.”

There will be no state intervention on privately owned lands, “which is why they will be able to continue working normally under the established parameters,” the subsecretary said.

Article 1 will be reformed so that natural persons do not enter in prohibited relationships, but clarified that they will not be able to manage more than 50 hectares each.

The government will also reconsider Article 4 and will fix the validity of the concession at 10 years.

"This was done thinking that in five years, better control can be done, but as we are in a process so that small producers become subject to credit, it is better to maintain the validity at 10 years to assure better surety,” Centanaro added.

The official met with the president of the National Aquaculture Chamber (CNA), Cesar Monge, and with other provincial representatives of the shrimp farming sector to have a discussion on possible corrections to the decree.

Related article:

- Shrimp farming sector 'in danger of death': CNA

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

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