The Memorandum seeks to amend Articles 12, 17, and 18 of the Agrarian Law to recognize the rights of women as agricultural subjects, on an equal basis with lands man of the opposite gender. On the other hand, it specifies that as for the successors of land rights, the land man may appoint one of his sons or daughters.
The advisory committees propose to amend article 12 by replacing the concept of "equality of conditions" with "equality of opportunity, treatment and freedom from discrimination".
On the other hand, the decision-making commissions add the term "daughters" to article 17 where the lands man power is established to designate who should succeed him in his rights on the plot and who does not neglect to contemplate only the term "children". They coincide in the addition proposed by the Legislator to article 18 that pays in matters of gender equality, advancing with this, in the fulfillment of the commitments acquired in the international treaties in which a balance of treatment between men and women is sought.
Consultative Commissions: United Commissions on Agrarian Reform; And Legislative Studies.
Procedure: It will to first reading.