Demarcation: last six administrations

Recognition of Indigenous Lands (IL) during the governments of presidents José Sarney, Fernando Collor de Mello, Itamar Franco, Fernando Henrique Cardoso, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva and Dilma Rousseff.

[Last updated on April 20th, 2015 - there have been no new decrees or resolutions since]

 

Demarcation - Brasil

  Declared ILs* Homologated ILs*
President [period] Nº** Extension (Ha)** Nº** Extension (Ha)**
Dilma Rousseff [jan 2015 to apr 2015] 0 0 3 232.542
Dilma Rousseff [jan 2011 to dec 2014] 10 1.094.276 11 2.025.406
Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva [jan 2007 to dec 2010] 51 3.008.845 21 7.726.053
Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva [jan 2003 to dec 2006] 30 10.282.816 66 11.059.713
Fernando Henrique Cardoso [jan 1999 to dec 2002] 60 9.033.678 31 9.699.936
Fernando Henrique Cardoso [jan 1995 to dec 1998] 58 26.922.172 114 31.526.966
Itamar Franco [out 92 | dez 94] 39 7.241.711 16 5.432.437
Fernando Collor [mar 90 | set 92] 58 25.794.263 112 26.405.219
José Sarney [abr 85 | mar 90] 39 9.786.170 67 14.370.486

 

 

Demarcation - Brazilian Legal Amazon

  Declared ILs Homologated ILs
President [period] nº** Extension (ha) nº** Extension (ha)
Dilma Rousseff [jan 2015 a abr 2015] 0 0 3 232.542
Dilma Rousseff [jan 2011 a dez 2014] 5 964.170 11 2.025.406
Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva [jan 2007 a dez 2010] 26 1.821.205 13 7.690.239
Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva [jan 2003 a dez 2006] 20 7.917.596 52 10.988.935
Fernando Henrique Cardoso [jan 1999 a dez 2002] 47 15.767.121 18 9.642.668
Fernando Henrique Cardoso [jan 1995 a dez 1998] 32 17.138.447 81 30.709.327
Itamar Franco [out 92 | dez 94] 23 6.518.162 10 5.499.776
Fernando Collor [mar 90 | set 92] 35 23.390.618 74 25.795.019
José Sarney [abr 85 | mar 90] 34 11.009.449 21 9.452.807

* Includes seven (7) lands reserved by decree: one (1) under Sarney, three (3) under Collor, one (1) during Lula's fist mandate and two (2) during Lula's second mandate.

** The "Nº" and "Extension" columns shouldn't be summed, as many Indigenous Lands  homologated during a government were redefined and homologated again.