Akimov advises Ukrainians not to be afraid of lifting the moratorium on land sales.
First Deputy Head of Presidential Administration of Ukraine Iryna Akimova considers unfounded fears of Ukrainian peasants that they would essentially serfs in the case of lifting of the moratorium on land sales.
This is accentuated in an interview with the 5-th channel on Sunday, writes UNIAN.
"It is very naive, if not fatal position," - said Akimov.
Akimova: Even though on paper it does not feel the master, because he does not have a certificate. This is called the "serfdom.
According to her, today there is practically no peasants in the hands of a certificate of land ownership, they have a penny to rent the land to the same informal manner.
Akimova: He wanted to work on the land itself - to develop a farm, or together with someone to organize a collective farm - the doors are open.
"Even on paper it does not feel the master, because He has no certificate. This is called the "bondage" - said the Deputy Head of Presidential Administration. Akimova convinced that the peasants who received certificates for the land alone would decide how to use this site.
"He wanted to work on the land itself - to develop a farm, or together with someone to organize a collective farm - the doors are open. Do not want to - its full right to sell the land. This is the path that was the whole of Europe", - she said.
Earlier, in December 2010, the Verkhovna Rada, Volodymyr Lytvyn said that the land, a moratorium on the sale of which in Ukraine will expire in 2012 can not be put on the market.