• Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Law in the Philippines
    landowners of Hacienda Luisita is now being seen as the first real test of character of President Noynoy Cojuangco Aquino, whose family has owned the land since 1958. The problem began when government lenders obliged the Cojuangcos to distribute the land to small farmers by 1967, yet a deadline came and...
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  • Economics
    land. August 23, 1988 Tarlac Development Co. (TADECO) established Hacienda Luisita Inc. (HLI) to implement the distribution of stocks to farmers in the hacienda. 1989 The Cojuangcos justified Luisita’s SDO by saying it was impractical to divide the hacienda’s 4,915.75 hectares of land among...
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    the distribution of land and revocation of the stock distribution program between the Tarlac Development Corp. and 6,296 farmworkers through the Hacienda Luisita Inc. (HLI). The coverage area shrunk to 4,099 ha because on order of the high court, the DAR deducted the 500 ha sold to the Rizal...
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  • Hacienda Luisita and Land Reform
    follow-ups sent to the Cojuangcos over a period did not result in land distribution. In their January 10, 1981 response to the government‘s complaint, the Cojuangcos said that the Central Bank and GSIS resolutions were unenforceable because there were no tenants on Hacienda Luisita. James Putzel noted...
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  • Hacienda Luisita
    after the DAR received a copy of the Supreme Court’s final and executory decision. P2.5M per hectare In its decision last year, the high tribunal ordered the distribution of Hacienda Luisita to farmworkers who had been tilling the land since Nov. 21, 1989, the date a stock distribution option was...
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    sugar planter in hacienda luisita. The farmers formed a union asked for land distribution. After 11 years, Marcos government followed up the case but still no lands were distributed. Marcos government filed case versus cojuangco’s but cory junked the case when she became president. Cory’s...
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  • Lolers
    MANILA, Philippines—Farmers from Hacienda Luisita on Thursday asked the Supreme Court to cite in contempt the Department of Agrarian Reform for stating that it will only distribute 4,099 hectares to farmers instead of 4,335.60 hectares mentioned in the high court’s 2012 decision. DAR, through the...
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    farmers shares of stock in a corporation instead of land. August 23, 1988 Tarlac Development Co. (TADECO) established Hacienda Luisita Inc. (HLI) to implement the distribution of stocks to farmers in the hacienda. 1989 The Cojuangcos justified Luisita’s SDO by saying it was impractical to divide...
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  • Hacienda Luisita
    provide a measly P12 wage hike and a P12,000 bonus. Series of negotiations ensued between CATLU and the management but the latter stood pat on its decision thereby resulting in a deadlock. More than the issue of wage and jobs, land distribution remains to be the major demand of Hacienda Luisita...
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  • On Hacienda Luisita
    Reform Law provides stock transfer scheme as an alternative to actual land distribution. May 1989, the Stock Distribution Option agreement was signed by the TADECO, HLI and the farmers. Within 1995 and 1996, about 50% of the 6453-hectare hacienda undergone land conversion use, from agricultural...
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  • Agrarian Reform. Essay
    from relatives by allowing stock redistribution under Executive Order 229. Instead of land distribution, Hacienda Luisita reorganized itself into a corporation and distributed stock. As such, ownership of agricultural portions of the hacienda were transferred to the corporation, which in turn, gave...
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  • Introduction to Agrarian Reform
    SC orders Hacienda Luisita land distribution By Marlon Ramos Philippine Daily Inquirer 11:20 am | Thursday, November 24th, 2011  24share1213 1185 MANILA, Philippines–The Supreme Court has ordered the distribution of more than 4,900 hectares of Hacienda Luisita lands to over 6,000 registered...
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    LUISITA IS EQUIVALENT TO AN OPTION FOR HACIENDA LUISITA TO RETAIN LAND IN DIRECT VIOLATION OF THE COMPREHENSIVE AGRARIAN REFORM LAW. THE DECEPTIVE STOCK DISTRIBUTION OPTION / STOCK DISTRIBUTION PLAN CANNOT JUSTIFY SUCH RESULT, ESPECIALLY AFTER THE SUPREME COURT HAS AFFIRMED ITS REVOCATION. III THE...
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  • Introduction Hacienda Luisita
    compliance with the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program which at this time around did not exempt anyone whether or not they were close to President Marcos before, nearly 5,000 hectares of Hacienda Luisita were placed under astock distribution agreement between the landowners and farm workers...
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  • Application of Jurgen Habermas's Public Sphere in the Contemporary Philippine Setting
    Hacienda Luisita is a vast agricultural land located in Tarlac, Philippines. It covers approximately 6,345 hectares of sugar plantation and spans multiple municipalities within Tarlac’s 1st and 2nd legislative districts. It is owned by the Cojuangco family, part of which is the current president of...
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    have to pay for their  CARP-awarded land within a period of 30 years at a rate of P70,000 a year. The total amount that the beneficiaries will pay for their land over a period of 30 years will be more or less P75,000. For the first three years, Hacienda Luisita beneficiaries will pay only P730 per...
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  • The Comprehensive Agrarian Reform
    gobyerno at pag-alis ng kahirapan sa bansa. - Luisita land, 1-M hectare others, up for distribution More than one million hectares of agricultural land, including the Hacienda Luisita plantation estate owned by the President and his relatives, have to be distributed to farmer-beneficiaries...
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  • A Status on the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program in the Philippines
    issues. The island is home to numerous haciendas, with land areas ranging from the low hundreds to thousands of hectares, all of which are owned by only a few families. Some of the more famous land owners from the island are Danding Cojuanco who also has claims in the infamous Hacienda Luisita of...
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    Bayambang. “The Cojuangcos think the farmers and residents of Bayambang are stupid. We will prove to them that they are dead wrong. They did not succeed against farmers in Hacienda Luisita, they will not succeed in Bayambang,” said Canlas. Camp Gregg Military Reservation was established on October...
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  • Literature
    society’s wealth.   Such situation is clearly illustrated, for instance, at the Hacienda Luisita, where Aquino refuses to recognize that the stock distribution option (SDO) has only aggravated the poverty of farmers. Poverty will not be solved without substantial reforms in these structures and policies...
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