Gov’t reconsiders compulsory land acquisition | Land Portal
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Cabinet has started considering fresh amendments to the different laws relating to land management. The State Minister for Urban Development, Dr. Chris Baryomunsi, says there are plans to amend the Land Act to allow for compulsory land acquisition to eliminate one of the main bottlenecks to kickstarting large infrastructure projects. Baryomunsi was speaking during a presentation of the ministry's achievements in line with NRM's manifesto.

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