The Crisis of the Catalan Self-governing System
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In 1932, numerous conflicts broke out between tenant farmers and landowners in the wine-growing regions of central Catalonia. A law passed in June 1933 to settle disputes arising from agricultural contracts established that tenant farmers who had filed an application to revise the conditions of their lease could retain half the owner’s part of the harvest until a verdict was handed down by the joint arbitration committees set up under the law.
KeywordsBasque Country Municipal Council Tenant Farmer Labour Reform Popular Front
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