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In Bolívar they join the bill for cocoa production

Cocoa farmers from the municipalities of Piar, Sucre and Cedeño raise proposals for the growth of their sector

Producers from the Upata and Caicara del Orinoco fields joined the draft Special Law for the Promotion and Development of Cocoa Production executed by the Legislative Council of the state of Bolívar (CLEB), which seeks to comprehensively address attention in this important sector.

What began as a legislative caravan through the municipalities of Piar, Sucre and Cedeño, resulted in the addition of new proposals created by rural producers, who are committed to the comprehensive growth of each space and where climatic and logistical factors are taken into account. and social.

Ornella Arbeláez, CLEB deputy and president of the Permanent Commission of Productive Economic Activity, during the productive assembly in the community of El Buey, Piar municipality, highlighted the importance of consolidating legal tools that address all aspects of small, medium and great producers.

“Through this law, an entire logistical and productive chain of the cocoa farmers of the Piar, Sucre and Cedeño municipalities will be consolidated, who have constantly brought their production to the local and national market thanks to the various mechanisms promoted by the president. Nicolás Maduro,” commented Arbeláez.

The legislator also assured that CLEB's support for cocoa producers "will establish a more fluid work dynamic with all productive sectors of the countryside," which is why she called on them to participate in the legislative caravan.

Arbeláez explained that the bill covers the application of various socio-productive stimuli so that cocoa farmers can “further expand their planting territory and generate greater productivity” in the municipalities.

"In the case of the Piar municipality, together with Mayor Yulisbeth García, we have made progress in the consolidation of rural roads so that both the cocoa sector and other producers can bring their crops without problems, complying with the principle of food sovereignty created by the Bolivarian revolution.

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