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Tunisia: 12,000 hectares of State domains still illegally occupied

  • Comments   -   Monday, 04 December 2017 - 13:56

(Ecofin Agency) - Tunisia’s minister of State domains and Land affairs, Mabrouk Korchid (picture), announced that 12,000 hectares of public lands are still illegally occupied. This was reported by Radio Med.

The official which was addressing the parliament, during a plenary session, has reasserted the government’s determination to recover all these properties.

Truly, in this regard, the legal framework related to this project, is actually going through a full reform, while a project for a public goods code is under study. The latter “aims to regroup and improve all laws related to the organization and management of State properties”.

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