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Título : La ordenación territorial en la Venezuela Bolivariana. Entre la catálisis sustentable y la desaceleración petrolera
Autor : De Lisio, Antonio
Palabras clave : Territorio
sustentabilidad
endógeno
socialismo
Fecha de publicación : 12-Nov-2012
Citación : Revista Terra;43
Resumen : In this article they are discussed the variations in the territorial policies of the “Bolivarian Venezuela” Government, considering three crucial moments: The fi rst one involves the approval of the Constitution of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela in 1999, in which it is established the government obligation in the achievement of sustainable territories. In this stage, it was formulated the Sustainable Plan of Orinoco-Apure Region. The second moment we are interested in highlighting, is linked with "jump forward" of 2004, in which it was emphasized the endogenous character of the national sustainable development model to adopt and in which the North Llanero Axis was privileged as the Region Plan. Finally, the third moment has to do with the current socialist reorientation of the Bolivarian Process from 2007. In this stage, the postulates of the alternative durable development seem to go on to a secondary plane, in attention of the evaluation results of the Socialist Orinoco Plan.
URI : http://saber.ucv.ve/123456789/2069
ISSN : 1012-7089
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