Conadi delivers 100% of land funds before 2022 and exceeds what was done in the previous administration

For the first time in its history, the National Corporation for Indigenous Development (Conadi) managed to carry out -before the end of the year- the delivery of the land fund, thus restoring land to indigenous communities in the southern part of the country.

The figure, which exceeds $35 billion, translates into double what was executed by the previous administration of Sebastián Piñera despite the budget increase made by the Government of President Gabriel Boric.

The national director of Conadi, Luis Penchuleo, maintained that the amount could even reach $40 billion.

“We have more than 150% execution in four months of management, more than in the entire 2021 of the previous government. With a budget initially estimated at $15 billion, today we are close to $40 billion already committed,” he told Radio Bio Bio.

Likewise, he explained that the properties acquired during 2022 were not in situations of acts of violence, thus respecting the applicability and age of the demand of the different communities.

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