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Lao Front to NA: Tackle inappropriate land occupation, lack of compensation

compensation for the loss of crops by those in agricultural areas affected by construction projects often fails to meet state criteria, while project owners have used administrative authorities against residents without sufficient reason.

ເງື່ອນໄຂໃນການໄດ້ຮັບການທົດແທນຄ່າເສຍຫາຍຈາກການຈັດສັນພູມລໍາເນົາ: ປະຕິທິນກົດໝາຍປະຈໍາເດືອນ ກັນຍາ – ຕຸລາ 2020

ການທົດແທນຄ່າເສຍຫາຍຈໍາເປັນຕ້ອງມີສິ່ງຢັ້ງຢືນທີ່ເປັນລາຍລັກອັກສອນ ແລະ ບໍ່ເປັນລາຍລັກອັກສອນ ຈຶ່ງຈະສາມາດໄດ້ຮັບຄ່າທົດແທນຄ່າເສຍຫາຍຕາມຄວາມເໝາະສົມ ແລະ ເປັນຈິງ

Tourism project licences revoked to make way for special economic zone

In 2018, the Lao government, Laos Maha Nathi Sithandone (Hong Kong) Investment Co., Ltd., and LTV Road and Bridge Construction Sole Co., Ltd. signed an agreement to develop the Maha Nathi Sithandone Special Economic Zone on an area of 9,846 hectares on islands in Khong district.

19 highlights on land and natural resources in Laos of the year 2019

In these 19 stories, some of them might be forgotten or some still remember. While those stories also give hope for some people who looking for effective results in the near future.

ບໍລິສັດປະກັນໄພ ແລະ ລັດຖະບານລາວໄດ້ຕົກລົງຄ່າຊົດເຊີຍ ແກ່ປະຊາຊົນທີ່ໄດ້ຜົນກະທົບຈາກເຂື່ອນເຊປ່ຽນ-ເຊນໍ້ານ້ອຍແຕກ ໃນຈໍານວນ 54 ລ້ານໂດລາສະຫະລັດ

ຜົນການເຈລະຈາຄ່າຊົດເຊີຍໄດ້ຕົກລົົງກັນໃນມູນຄ່າ 54 ລ້ານໂດລາສະຫະລັດ ຈາກມູນຄ່າເບື້່ອງຕົ້ນທີ່ໄດ້ສະເໜີໃນມູນຄ່າ 273 ລ້ານໂດລາສະຫະລັດ ເຊິ່ງປັດຈຸບັນ ບໍລິສັດປະກັນໄພ ໄດ້ໂອນເງິນເຂົ້າບັນຊີທະນາຄານແລ້ວຈໍານວນ 49,9 ລ້ານໂດລາສະຫະລັດ.

"6 Special policies" of government of Laos to promote Laos-China Railway project

There will be 4,411 families are affected by this project. The project is now completed 70%, the compensation process is far from the construction, 20.4% completed. It's planned to finish by the end of 2021.

Laos to go ahead with the 1,460 megawatts Luang Prabang dam project

The project is expected to have a direct impact on 26 villages in three provinces: Luang Prabang, Oudomxay and Xayaburi, with an estimated 840 households (9,974 people).

Introduction to Lao Land Issues: Managing Land, Forests and Natural Resources

This document aims to contribute to an understanding of the main developments, trends and opportunities surrounding land, forests and natural resources in Lao PDR

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