Spain: A month of rural protests along with 30 promises of improvement and one reality

Regulation & Compliances
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Published Mar 3, 2024

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Spanish farmers have been protesting for a month, demanding changes to the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) and other measures. The protests have led to road blockades and the proposal of several initiatives, including exemption from CAP controls for smaller farms. EU Agriculture Ministers have urged for the quick implementation of these initiatives, while also calling for more ambitious measures. The Spanish Government has pledged to establish a state agency to enhance inspection and regulation of the food chain. However, major agrarian organizations have threatened further protests if no concrete solutions are provided.
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Next Wednesday will mark a month of protests by Spanish farmers, four weeks with road closures and tractor units that are beginning to bear fruit, the largest of which is the open process to simplify the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), along with a 30 Government measures. Farmers took to the streets on February 6, as their colleagues from other European countries were already doing, to denounce some issues that are common to all of them, such as the bureaucracy and environmental demands of the CAP or import competition. from countries outside the European Union (EU). These are the aspects on which, for the moment, professionals in the primary sector have obtained a greater response from the authorities, after weeks of constant road closures, blockades in logistics centers, massive tractor-trailers in the cities and some acts of distribution and of food dumping. Highlights here include the proposal for exemption from CAP conditionality controls for smaller farms, the voluntary ...
Source: PEefeagro
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