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France: There is anger in the countryside – warn trade unionists. Agriculture cannot wait for the parties to reach an agreement

Francja: Na wsi dudni gniew - ostrzegają związkowcy. Rolnictwo nie może czekać, aż partie się dogadają

The National Federation of Agricultural Associations (FNSEA) and the Coordination of Rural Areas, in separate press releases published on July 8, 2024, warn that farmers will not wait forever for the implementation of their demands, which the previous government pledged to meet as a result of last year's protests. As a result of the dissolution of parliament, most of the laws were stuck in drawers – reports La France Agricole.

The organizations appealed for politicians to take responsibility for the state of agriculture and take action for the good of the country. These appeals were made in the face of the results of the elections to the National Assembly, in which none of the three winning parties won an absolute majority giving it the right to form its own government.

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Action needed, not arguments

"The urgency of farmers' demands cannot be sacrificed in the absence of a clear majority in the National Assembly," warns the National Federation of Agricultural Unions (FNSEA). "There is an urgent need to return to common sense in the case of French agriculture, which has been facing an unprecedented economic crisis for three decades, moral and social,” argues the large agricultural association.

“The world of agriculture can no longer remain without a response: this would only maintain a dangerous sense of distrust towards public authorities,” says the FNSEA federation, calling on “the new National Assembly to organize itself quickly to enable the necessary legislative solutions.”

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Tractors are on standby

The Coordination of Rural Areas warns in its appeal: "There is a fire smoldering in our villages. There is an urgent need for the government and our MPs to get to work. Our agricultural world cannot wait. The anger is rumbling.

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Unfulfilled promises

After a wave of mass agricultural protests, the previous government promised farmers support programs worth over one billion euros – ranging from emergency aid to cheap guaranteed loans. After the first reading in the National Assembly in May, work on the laws on food sovereignty, generational renewal in agriculture, and the law intended to protect farmers' incomes was suspended as a result of the dissolution of parliament.

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The National Federation of Agricultural Unions asked the elected MPs to immediately start working on the implementation of 27 demands presented to the candidates during the campaign. These politicians pledged to support them before the elections. These proposals focus on three issues: fair remuneration for farmers, simplifying regulations and reducing bureaucracy, and decent pensions.

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