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Claiming the Promise of Food Sovereignty

To fulfill the promise of food sovereignty, the government must get out of the comfort zone of short-term programs.

This article has been translated using AI. See Original .

By
POSMAN SIBUEA
· 5 minutes read

The following article was translated using both Microsoft Azure Open AI and Google Translation AI. The original article can be found in Menagih Janji Kedaulatan Pangan

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In the midst of a series of World Food Day commemorations which are celebrated every October 16, three problems emerge that interfere with the realization of food sovereignty. First, the alleged corruption case at the Ministry of Agriculture which has recently become a top issue. Second, the dilemma of building a food barn or food estate. Third, the import of 2 million tons of rice has reaped pros and cons among the community.

Editor:
YOVITA ARIKA
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