Moratorium on the sale of agricultural land should be abolished, but with clear limitations.
This opinion was expressed Vitaly Gudzenko, head of the Office of the Kiev regional branch of the political party "Strong Ukraine during the" round-table discussion: "The state and prospects of development of agroindustrial complex of Ukraine, which was held at the Press Center of the Information Agency LigaBusinessInform (str. Shamrylo, 23).
"When there is a land market in the country - stability. However, the mechanism of action of the land market must be carefully thought out" - he said.
In particular, V. Gudzenko convinced that the transaction of purchase and sale of agricultural land should be made between citizens of Ukraine, and the access of foreign investors in the Ukrainian lands should be curtailed.
In addition, according to V. Gudzenko, the purpose of the agricultural land in Ukraine can not be changed: "If the land is arable, he shall remain arable. And if you still need to change the status of the land, then it must be done at the state level."
According to him, you must also develop a mechanism that would exclude the possession of several owners of an array of agricultural land. Due to the fact that today, for example, often a few shareholders own the land, which was distributed among them in the form of an envelope, it can not handle modern agricultural technology, which has a very big seizure. In this regard, effective landowner disadvantageous process thus distribution of land, therefore it is not used for other purposes.
Meanwhile, a representative of "The strength of Ukraine" even though the state considers buying land from the citizens appropriate, but points out the importance of respecting the rights of those shareholders who may be reluctant to sell their land. "If the state will purchase all the land from the shareholders, and it becomes its property and land users will be the state to pay the rent - this is also an effective mechanism, but a very complex mechanism," - said V. Gudzenko.
Recall, for today in Ukraine until 2012 a moratorium on the sale of agricultural land. However, representatives of the market believe this limitation is rather arbitrary: if you have money and connections to local government earmarked land can be changed.