Plan Maestro de la Orinoquía: Observaciones a las prioridades en Desarrollo productivo sostenible relacionadas con la aplicación de la ley ZIDRES 1776 de 2016 en Casanare

Authors

  • Carlos Roa
  • Leonardo Mendoza Rodríguez

Keywords:

Rural development, ZIDRES law, wastelands, violence

Abstract

This article sets out the analysis of the Orinoco Master Plan proposal and its relationship with Law 1776 of 2016 or Zones of Interest for Rural Economic and Social Development ZIDRES law. Regarding the law, it identifies, from the analysis of its content, four elements in the face of rural development. First, it assumes a development model based on a public-private partnership to attract investment in agro-industrial projects, where international investment is of great relevance. Second, the law establishes exclusion criteria, which are reaffirmed in the way it establishes the subject of transformation in the territory proposed by the law, in which priority is given to the industrial entrepreneur with the support of public entities in the rural sector, which stands out as the third finding. Fourthly, the law promotes the acquisition of national wastelands by private capital to support investments. Next, the article presents, given the parameters set by the law, the analysis of palm cultivation in Casanare and its relationship with violence and dispossession, to suggest that the law could promote the legalization of the violent dispossession that took place in the department. 1 Sociólogo de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia Sede Principal. Maestrante en Sociología de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia. Integrante de la Coordinadora Minero Energética del Centro Oriente de Colombia. 2 Estudiante del programa de economía de la Universidad de los Llanos. Integrante del Grupo de Investigación Economía y Sociedad. Vicepresidente del Consejo Estudiantil Universitario –CEU- de UNILLANOS. Fecha de recepción: Enero de 2017 / Fecha de aceptación en forma revisada: Marzo de 2017 TERRITORIO Y DESARROLLO ISSN 2711-3507 (en línea) 2017 1 (1): 7-19

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2017-06-30

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