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Instituto Nacional de Reforma Agraria

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Instituto Nacional de Reforma Agraria

The National Institute for Agrarian Reform (Spanish: Instituto Nacional de Reforma Agraria, INRA) was an agency of the Cuban Government that was formed to institute the Agrarian Reform Law of 1959.

INRA also implemented the Second Agrarian Reform Law of 1963. It oversaw the development of the rural infrastructure.

Che Guevara was appointed the first leader of the Institute.

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