By Stephen K. Wegren
This can be the 1st significant learn during this region and uses broad box paintings, unpublished fabrics, statistical facts and interviews with land reform officers to teach the significance of land reform for this transitional sector.
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For example, AKKOR was instrumental in drafting in 1993 the section on land reform for Gaidar’s party ‘Russia’s Choice’ with which rural liberals had established an electoral alliance. The third group is the Union of Landowners. Bashmachnikov (the president of AKKOR). 88 The Union of Landowners drafted the section on land reform for the party platform. Despite ideological agreement on land reform between the government, AKKOR, and the Union of Landowners, a weak rural constituency for land rural liberal interest groups—AKKOR and the Union of Landowners—are politically weak and have been unable to broaden rural support for the AKKOR has been criticized for ‘turning into a new lever of centralized reform has been the most notable characteristic in Russia.
65 As a result, only two in one hundred private farms were able to build sheds for their animals during that year, and in general financial constraints affected production plans. 1. The third food producer is the peasant household which operates a private plot or some other form of smallscale, subsidiary agriculture used mainly for family subsistence. 5 percent of the nation’s agricultural land. 66 Overall, more than 40 million families were allocated free land plots during land reform, although the size of these plots is quite small, usually less than half a hectare.
The 1996 Russian Presidential Election, p. 4. 80 As of 1 January 1996, 12 Russian cities had more than one million residents, accounting for about 16 percent of the total population in Russia. Chislennost’ naseleniia Rossiiskoi Federatsii po gorodam, poselkam gorodskogo tipa i raionam na 1 Ianvaria 1996 g. (Moscow, Goskomstat, 1996), pp. 3, 37. , The 1996 Russian Presidential Election, p. 43, and see p. 2 for a description of the survey and sources of funding. Craumer, ‘The Politics of Russia’s Regions: A Geographical Analysis of the Russian Election and Constitutional Plebiscite of December 1993,’ Post-Soviet Geography, Vol.
Land Reform in the Former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe by Stephen K. Wegren