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LES CONFLITS DOMANIAUX SUR LE PLATEAU ADJA AU BENIN : CAS DE DJAKOTOME


Volume 21, Issue 2, April 2016, Pages 249–254

 LES CONFLITS DOMANIAUX SUR LE PLATEAU ADJA AU BENIN : CAS DE DJAKOTOME

BALLO Coffi Ignace Ignace, Degbeko William S., Toffi D. Dossou Mathias, and Attanda Mouinou Igué

Original language: French

Received 20 January 2016

Copyright © 2016 ISSR Journals. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.

Abstract


The reduction of the size of forming exploitations under the influence of the demographic pressure at Djakotomè has led some formers to call into question some given away fields especially by donation or sale. That situation is source of conflict which has been brought to the court of conciliation. Some collected opened and analysed experiment information according to a structural, functional and representative fashion have permitted to come back out the contribution of the court of conciliation to the regulations of disagreement related to fields at Djakotomè. The nature of the conflicts and the various protagonists’ interests don’t facilitate the conciliation. The minutes of conciliation or non-conciliation have been transmitted to the court of the first authority’s President of Lokossa in order to be the subject of sanction or summons at the court of the first authority.

Author Keywords: Court, conciliation and field conflicts.


Abstract: (french)


La réduction de la taille des exploitations paysannes sous l’effet de la pression démographique à Djakotomè a conduit certains agriculteurs à remettre en cause des domaines cédés, surtout par don ou vente. Cette situation est source de conflits dont le règlement passe par plusieurs instances dont le tribunal de conciliation. Des informations empiriques collectées, dépouillées manuellement et analyser suivant un modèle à la fois structurel, fonctionnel et représentatif ont permis de ressortir les faits et des tentatives de règlement par conciliation à Djakotomè. La nature des conflits et les divers intérêts des protagonistes ne facilitent pas la tâche de conciliation.

Author Keywords: Conflits domaniaux, développement local.


How to Cite this Article


BALLO Coffi Ignace Ignace, Degbeko William S., Toffi D. Dossou Mathias, and Attanda Mouinou Igué, “LES CONFLITS DOMANIAUX SUR LE PLATEAU ADJA AU BENIN : CAS DE DJAKOTOME,” International Journal of Innovation and Scientific Research, vol. 21, no. 2, pp. 249–254, April 2016.