THE Visiting Chairman of Eagon group of companies, Young Ju Park has spoke highly of the Democratic Coalition for Change (DCC) government’s land reform program – one of DCCG’s fundamental reforms.
Mr Park said the proposed reform is the right way forward in dealing with the customary land system that leads to the continuous land disputes in the country.
“Because of the customary land system here, there is always possibility of dispute.
“But now that the government is planning the land reform, I think it is essential for future business activities and investments.
“So I think for the future development of Solomon Islands, reforming the land system is very essential,” Mr Park said.
He added that Solomon Islanders must understand that land reform is necessary if developments are to take place in this country.
By RONALD TOITO’ONA