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Debate and presentation in Parliament for Spain's proposals for amending the CAP

Spain
Regulation & Compliances
Published Feb 22, 2024

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Spain's Minister of Agriculture, Luis Plana, has announced proposals for amending the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP). The 18 measures include exempting farmers from Rotational Cropping and Fall-Fallowing in irrigated crops by 2024, excluding organic crops from crop rotation, and removing the monitoring control requirement for farms receiving up to 5,000 euros in basic aid. The use of a digital application in Eco Schemes may also become optional. Other proposals aim to improve the supply chain law, strengthen the State Food Information and Control Service, and revise the Unfair Commercial Practices Directive.
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The Greek Minister of AAT, Lefteris Avgenakis, has his "papers closed" regarding the proposals that our country will make for the amendment of the CAP (or does he not have papers?) On the contrary, the Spanish Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, Luis Plana, publicly announces from the floor of Parliament his country's proposals for amending the CAP, which, as he says, he has officially submitted to the agricultural organizations of his country (Asaja, COAG and UPA). That is, in Spain there is a dialogue (the presentation of the proposals took place in a meeting the minister had with farmers on 2/15), while in our country the minister decides and the farmers learn about it. Specifically, the Spanish minister, speaking in Parliament, referred to the 18 measures for the agricultural sector proposed by his government and which is a matter of dialogue with the agricultural unions of his country. The minister reminded that the measures proposed by the Government to the ...
Source: Agrotypos
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